The Democrat, Joe Biden, suggested that he would get the “right to work” despite the refusal of Donald Trump. Biden warned that Trump’s action is dangerous.
President Donald Trump denied accepting the outcome of the 2020 presidential election, and he accused Joe Biden of cheating the votes. Despite the dangerous action of the Republican, Biden is confident about his legal right to work as the 46th president. The Amtrak Joe has a plan to heal the American soul after a 2020 year of chaos.
Trump’s denial is a dangerous action since it is blocking federal funding for the transfer of power. The former president’s claims of voter fraud also prevent background investigations. At the same time, it tackles the security clearances for prospective staff. While some Democrats and Republicans warned Biden of the serious consequence, the 46th president said that he should have the power accessibility soon.
Biden described Trump’s resistance as an embarrassing action. The new president also recommended that Republican in Capitol Hill will soon have to accept the victory of Biden.
Although the Republican keeps fighting for Trump’s presidency, Biden said it “does not change the dynamic at all in what we’re able to do.” The rising numbers of coronavirus infections could not be intercepted soon if Trump keeps denying the transfer of power. The Americans currently suffered from several severe problems such as economical crises and a global pandemic. Though Trump wants to save his presidency, Biden recommended his rival to accept the result.
On Twitter this Tuesday, Trump once again accused Biden’s victory of being an unclear winning. Trump’s allies also supported him. Nonetheless, American’s allies forsee what Trump could not accomplish.
French President Emmanuel Macron met with Biden via videoconference and several world leaders congratulated Joe Biden for winning the election.
“I look forward to strengthening the partnership between our countries and to working with him on our shared priorities — from tackling climate change to promoting democracy and building back better from the pandemic,” British Prime Minister Boris Johnson wrote on his Twitter.