Pompeo ‘to run for second term in Trump administration’ Not admitting Biden’s victory

Mr. Baden’s victory in Secretary Pompeo’s second term in the Trump administration did not approve November 11 at 8:31 a.m.

U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo said at a news conference that “the Trump administration’s transition to a second term will take place without a schistold,” and made clear his intention not to allow Mr. Biden to win.
U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo made clear at a news conference Wednesday that he would not accept Mr. Biden’s victory, when asked whether he would like to help Mr. Biden move to power when he declared victory in the presidential election.

He then stressed that the electoral process stipulated in the Constitution had not yet been completed.

On the other hand, when asked by reporters whether it contradicted America’s call for fair elections around the world, Secretary Pompeo did not respond, only that it was a “ludict question.”

None of the Trump administration’s cabinet members or senior administration officials have acknowledged Mr. Biden’s victory.

In the United States, the transition team to the next administration is given the authority to touch confidential information and uses public funds, but there is growing concern that the head of the supervisory department for these procedures has not signed the necessary documents and that the transition will take place without delay.