After last Friday, in his first reappearance to the media after knowing his defeat, he hinted at the possibility of a change of government in the United States, Donald Trump seems to have given in to the evidence, but in his own way. The president acknowledged this Sunday that his rival, Democrat Joe Biden, won the November 3 elections, a fact on which he had so far avoided commenting. But, yes, he has attributed the triumph of former Obama vice president to elections that were “rigged”, as he has assured on his Twitter account. «He only won in the eyes of the fake media. I do not concede anything! We have a long way to go ”, he warned.
In the president’s opinion, Biden “won because the elections were rigged. There were no supervisors or observers. ‘ That is how resounding he has expressed it in an incendiary message in which he has accused the Dominion company, “owned by the radical left,” of supplying “Misleading” vote counting teams with the complicity of “the false and mute media.” A whole declaration of intent that he will not make the replacement in the White House easy, as he already hinted yesterday, when, wrapped up by thousands of followers in Washington, he again claimed about the existence of electoral fraud.
The current president has denounced that “all the mechanical ‘errors’ that occurred on Election Night were, in reality, Democrats caught while trying to steal votes. But those who were not caught were very successful. Elections by mail are a sick joke. However, his accusations, lacking evidence, are also not backed by government security agencies, which claim that “the November 3 election was the safest in the history of the United States.” Nor has any court or electoral authority, including the Republicans responsible for overseeing the recount, have validated these Trump allegations.
The rejection of the electoral result by the president has caused important you hinder Biden on his way to transition. The president-elect has so far been deprived of receiving from the General Services Administration the funds that are stipulated that the winning presidential campaign receives to take the first steps towards the conformation of his Administration. In addition to not receiving those 6.3 million dollars, the Democratic leader has also been denied access to traditional security reports and briefings, keys to the transfer of power to occur in a safe and orderly manner.
An overwhelming result
Despite his reluctance, Trump knows that, mathematically, staying in the White House is an almost impossible challenge since Biden has obtained 306 electoral votes – only 270 are needed to win the presidency – while the Republican president has had to settle for 232. It is the same result, but in reverse, as the one he obtained in 2016 against Hillary Clinton . In addition, even if the count in Georgia was favorable, he would still not have enough support to win.
For that reason, it was not surprising that since his reappearance on Friday he was forced to recognize that it may not be he who will occupy the White House as of January 20. “What happens in the future, who knows what government it will be, I guess time will tell”he said, adding to the confusion the next day as he cried out in Washington, emboldened by a crowd of supporters, that victory was his. “There is tremendous evidence of widespread electoral fraud in the sense that there is irrefutable evidence that our Republican observers were not allowed to be present in the counting rooms. Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia and others. Unconstitutional! We win with that alone! ”He snapped.