US President Donald Trump has indicated that he may accept defeat from Joe Biden as the media has declared Democrats the winner even in Georgia, where the counting of votes was still on.
New York: US President Donald Trump has indicated that he may accept defeat from Joe Biden as the media has declared Democrats the winner even in Georgia, where the counting of votes was still on.
Trump has so far denied Biden’s victory and vowed to challenge some results in the courts. But during a Coronavirus-based briefing on Friday, he said, “No one knows what will happen in the future, which administration will happen. It will also tell the time.”
January 20 was his first chance to speak about any other administration. There has been speculation about how he will finally accept defeat. An unknown senior aide to Trump has told NBC that there is a possibility that Trump may accept the election decision.
Amidst the havoc of Kovid-19 in the country and its second wave, Trump said he would not implement a nationwide lockdown. He said, “We will not go into lockdown. This administration will not go into lockdown. Time will tell what will happen in future, which administration will happen.”
Although the counting of votes is still ongoing and the results have not been officially announced, the media has crowned Biden the winner based on his projections and Biden and the Democrats have demanded that he be officially elected president. Should be given the status of.
According to the media, Biden has received 306 electoral college votes and Trump 232, while 270 electoral college votes are needed to win.
Biden Transition Team spokesman Jane Pasaki complained during a briefing that those people “are unable to access the ongoing work on Kovid, while preparing to rule it is necessary.”
Legally elected presidents should be given official facilities to move into office and access the briefing. But General Services Administration chief Emily Murphy is awaiting official confirmation of the election results for this. The states have until 14 December to officially declare the results.
Trump is talking about rigging elections without evidence, while election officials across the country have categorically ruled out such a possibility.
Donald Trump’s first victory in US presidential elections, Joe Biden’s ‘victory’
US President Donald Trump has acknowledged his opponent Joe Biden’s victory in the elections for the first time, but he is still not accepting his defeat.
Washington :: US President Donald Trump has acknowledged his opponent Joe Biden’s victory in the elections for the first time, but he is still not giving up. He said in a tweet that Joe Biden’s victory in the elections was due to manipulation.
In his tweet, he also wrote that no vote watcher or observer was allowed to remain there during counting and that the tabulation of votes was done by the radical left private company Dominion, whose reputations are poor and the equipment is useless. Although Trump may have accepted Biden for the first time, he is still not ready to give up.
What Trump wrote in his tweet
US President Donald Trump wrote in his tweet, “He won because the elections were rigged.” No vote watchers and observers were allowed to monitor counting. The tabulation of votes was done by Radical Left Private Company Dominion, whose reputations are not good and its equipment was not found to be working in Texas (where I won the election by a large margin).
He won with Fake and Silent Media for many other reasons. ”However, Trump later said that he had not given up, and that he was not accepting anything. He once again hit out at mail-in ballots, calling them a ‘cheap joke’.
Violence on the streets of Washington
Thousands of people took to the streets of Washington in support of Trump’s claims of disturbances in the election before this, and violence also occurred. A week after Joe Biden was declared the winner in the presidential election, a ‘Million Maga March’ was called out on Saturday, which remained peaceful throughout the day, but by night, clashes between Trump’s supporters and anti-protesters began.
Just 5 blocks away from the White House, there was a fierce clash between protesters on Saturday night. According to reports, during the protest, a 20-year-old man was stabbed by someone who was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. Two policemen were also injured in this incident.