Biden Speaks On Donald Trump’s unwillingness to concede is ‘an embarrassment’
Biden Speaks On Donald Trump’s unwillingness to concede is ‘an embarrassment’

The newly elected President of the US Joe Biden reacts to former President Donald Trump. Donald shows his unwillingness to acknowledge the victory, despite him losing the U.S. presidential election because of which Biden isn’t able to receive intelligence reports.

Biden addresses the Trump Administration’s refusal on November 10 as to authorize the official transition process. He assured the refusal says “does not in any way change the dynamic of what we’re able to do. We have already started the transition, we are well underway.” The Democratic president-elect call Trump's refusal to concede "an embarrassment" and adding that Republicans in Congress are “being mildly intimidated by the sitting president.” While Trump‘s Secretary of State Mike Pompeo makes an alarming statement contradicting the projected election results and people feeling anger and worry about the US future. The 56-year-old official answers the question of a transition to President-elect Joe Biden and now is making headlines. He said, “There will be a smooth transition to a second Trump administration. We’re ready. The world is watching what’s taking place. We’re going to count all the votes,” despite the fact that Trump has lost the election.

The President-elect Joe continues addressing the question, “When the process is complete there’ll be electors selected, there’s a process the Constitution lays it out pretty clearly. The world should have every confidence that the transition necessary to make sure that the State Department is functional today, successful today, and successful with the President who’s in the office on January 20th.”

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