Trump defies election loss, Biden ignores him

Trump defies election loss, Biden ignores him

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Washington: A week after the defeat in the U.S. election, President Donald Trump still closed at the White House on Tuesday, pushing for another reality that he is about to win, while Democrat Joe Biden ignored him and acted like a leader. Waiting for the election a string of phone calls from foreign capitals.

Biden has been sworn in more and more within 71 days.

In the latest exchanges with international leaders, he talked with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Irish Prime Minister Michel Martin on Tuesday, and will later meet French President Emmanuel Macron (Emmanuel Macron) Have a conversation.

However, in Biden’s attempt to overturn the court election results based on the fragile fraud charges so far, the formal process of Biden’s transition was obstructed by Trump.

“WE WILL WIN!” the Republican president tweeted early Tuesday. “WATCH FOR MASSIVE BALLOT COUNTING ABUSE.”

Trump s attempt to hold on to power has become all consuming for the man who often makes a point of publicly mocking rivals as “losers.”

Emphasizing the atmosphere of intransigence, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a testy news conference that he was preparing for “a smooth transition to a second Trump administration.”

Since Election Day on November 3, Trump has made few public appearances and seems to have all but shelved normal presidential duties.

After the results were announced, his only known activity outside the White House was to play golf twice on weekends.

Usually, the routine secret presidential intelligence briefings have been out of schedule. He did not mention the dramatic backlash of the Covid-19 pandemic across the country.

His daily press conferences, interviews with Fox News, or impromptu Q&A meetings with White House reporters are all dried.

Instead, Trump spent a lot of time posting messages on Twitter, mainly about the election he claimed was stolen.

Trump’s only major presidential action was the sudden dismissal of Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Monday, which he announced on Twitter.

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