Mr Biden’s transition to power “not going smoothly” concerns from within the Republican Party November 13 at 5:55 a.m.
Former Democratic Vice President Biden, who declared victory in the U.S. presidential election, is continuing to prepare for the transition of power, including a telephone meeting with Pope Francis of the Roman Catholic Church. President Trump, on the other hand, is still complaining of election fraud, but some within the ruling and Republican parties are beginning to complain that the transition will not go smoothly.
Following telephone meetings with Prime Minister Naoto Kan and the leaders of South Korea and Australia on November 11, Mr. Biden held telephone talks with Pope Francis of the Roman Catholic Church on December 12 and expressed his intention to cooperate in combating global warming and helping migrants and refugees.
Mr. Biden is also preparing for a transition to power by discussing key personnel of the administration, including ministers, with his aides.
However, the U.S. media critically reported that there was no support from the State Department in telephone talks with other countries. President Trump has not received any support for the transition because he has complained of electoral fraud.
“The number of people infected with the new coronavirus on the 11th has exceeded 140,000, and more than 240,000 people have already died,” Democratic Speaker of the House pelosi said at a news conference Wednesday. But President Trump and Republicans have ignored the figures, are not aware of their responsibilities, and have made it difficult to deal with the healthcare and economic crises facing the United States. We should stop farts and do something really important for Americans,” he said, noting that President Trump should admit defeat, stop court battles, and work on Corona Virus antivirus and other issues.
Schumer, the top Democrat in congress who attended the conference, said, “Republicans are trying to spread conspiracy theories, deny reality, and kill democracy without responding to the virus, which is a common enemy. The presidential election is over. We should accept the reality that President Trump lost.”
President Trump, on the other hand, has been in intermittent talks with Vice President Pence and Secretary of State Pompeo on the 12th, but has not appeared in public. On Twitter, he repeatedly wrote, “It’s a bad election,” but there’s no progress in the trial that would overturn the victory or defeat of each state.
Some members of the ruling and Republican parties have begun to raise concerns that the transition will not go smoothly, with some lawmakers professing that Mr Biden should receive daily reports from the next president.