Trump Admits Defeat, Begins Handover Process

 

Trump admits defeat and begins the handover process. The US election is finally settled

The tug of war in the US election has been going on for too long.

Throughout November, the whole world was watching the United States. Just before the election turned into a long Korean drama, Trump finally couldn't stand it.

The young man finally lowered his blond head, revealing the paleness inside.

 

1. The US Election dust settles

On Monday afternoon, CNN received a letter.

Director Emily Murphy (emilymurphy) mentioned in the letter:

The U.S. General Services Administration has already notified "President-elect" Biden that the agency is ready to initiate a formal transition process.


Screenshot of CNN report

This letter is like a clear signal, it means that the US General Services Administration officially recognized Trump's defeat.

Murphy signed the letter "Biden's Victory", a move that meant that the transition process officially began.


With this letter, the Biden team can justifiably coordinate and communicate with current government officials and provide millions of dollars in government funding for the transition.


It can be said that this letter is like a signal light, directly illuminating the chaotic election results in the United States and declaring the end to the world.


Faced with this situation, Trump no longer insists on himself.

He has been tough, calming down for the first time, trying to maintain the dignity of the loser, and tweeted to suggest that Murphy "make the decision that needs to be made."

 "Our lawsuit is still advancing strongly. We will continue to fight and believe that we can win. 

However, for the benefit of the country, I recommend Emily (Murphy) to do what she needs to do in the "preliminary agreement" and said that "I have been informed The team does the same thing. "

 

Screenshot of Trump's Twitter Although Trump declared on Twitter that Murphy was harassed and threatened, he did not want to see this happen again.

However, according to the content of Twitter and actual actions, Trump's move also indirectly accepted Murphy's initiation of the transition process, and his team will also cooperate.


According to the "Washington Post" report earlier, the General Services Administration is the "lowest-profile" agency in the federal government, responsible for managing the federal building, and is therefore also known as the "landlord" of the US government.


According to U.S. law, only after the General Services Administration confirms that one party has won the election, signs a letter, and officially transfers millions of dollars in funds, the U.S. president’s power transfer process will be officially launched.


2. Why Trump admits election defeat now?

Earlier on November 7, after major US media announced that Biden was elected president, Trump insisted that the votes were tricky and refused to admit defeat.

This put a lot of pressure on Murphy, the director of the US General Services Administration.

However, with the results of the recount of several controversial states, everything settled.

The Michigan State Voting Commission passed Biden with 3 votes in favor and 1 abstention.

None of the two Republican committee members voted against it. Trump originally hoped that there could be a 2 to 2 deadlock so that it could be handed over to the court for a ruling, but now his hopes have completely failed.

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court rejected the Republican Party’s request to change the results of 8,329 absentee ballots in Philadelphia, and for the same reason, revoked the only victory the Trump team had won in the lower Pennsylvania court, which was the invalidation of 2,349 ballots in Allegheny County. The command.


More importantly:

The Federal Supreme Court rejected the appeal of the Trump team regarding the Pennsylvania election, which shows that the Federal Supreme Court will not interfere with the state election results.

With this combination of punches down, Trump can basically officially declare his re-election failure.

Seeing that there is no hope of re-election, Trump can only accept reality, at least a trace of dignity.


​3. Biden announces the list of officials

Even if Biden is already in his 70s, his reaction is not slow at all. According to the news from Fox News:

Not long after the dust settled in the disputed state, Biden stepped up to announce the list of future cabinet members and announced to the world that "we have no time to waste."

The officials on the announced list, almost without exception, have served in the Obama administration, and most of them are female roles. Nominate Antony Blinken as Secretary of State.

Brinken, 58, has a deep connection with Biden. He had worked with Biden on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee more than 20 years ago.

Since then, Brinken has been Biden's help in foreign affairs.


Mayorkas (Alejandro Mayorkas) will serve as Secretary of Homeland Security.

He is also the first Hispanic immigrant to be nominated as Secretary of Homeland Security.

From 2009 to 2013, he served as Director of the US Citizenship and Immigration Service.

From 2013 to 2016, he served as Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security in the Obama administration.

 

Avril Haines served as director of intelligence.

Haynes served as deputy national security adviser and deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency in the Obama administration.

If the appointment is finally confirmed, she will become the first woman to serve as the Director of National Intelligence.

 

Jack Sullivan, will serve as the White House National Security Advisor.

He served as Vice President Biden's National Security Advisor in the Obama administration.

Faced with the position he might have, he posted on Twitter on the 23rd:

 

"President-elect Biden taught me how to defend our national security at the top of the government. Now, he has asked me to serve as his national security adviser. During my tenure, I will do my best to protect our national security."

 

Thomas Greenfield (LindaThomas-Greenfield) serves as the permanent representative of the United States to the United Nations.

Thomas Greenfield, a 68-year-old veteran diplomat, is the permanent representative of the United States to the United Nations.

 

Image of Trump and Biden

Biden also nominated former Secretary of State John Kerry (John Kerry) to serve as the President's special climate envoy and will enter the National Security Council.

 

Kerry served as Secretary of State of the Obama Administration from 2013 to 2017.

In addition, the "Wall Street Journal" cited sources familiar with the matter that Biden plans to nominate former Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen (Janet Yellen) as the Secretary of the Treasury.

 

Biden posted on Twitter:

"Today, I announced the first members of my national security and foreign policy team. They will unite the world to deal with the challenges we face-challenges that no country can deal with alone."


"It's time to restore American leadership. I believe this team can do it."

Can't wait to announce the leadership team, and seize all the time to handover, the strength of the Biden administration is evident.

Once the emperor and courtier, seeing Trump's re-election hopeless, the people around him are gradually leaving him.

In American history, a person like Trump can sit on the presidency.

Once so vigorous, how frustrated now.

Trump, maybe it's time to say goodbye.


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