U.S. President-elect Joe Biden will focus on shaping the White House team on Tuesday.
One of Trump’s legal challenges will be heard in a federal court in Pennsylvania on Tuesday, where another legal setback will already destroy long-term expectations.
U.S. District Judge Matthew Bran will argue in Trump’s campaign case. The state’s top election official is trying to prevent Biden from certifying victory.
After narrowing the scope of the case, the Trump campaign focused on the claim that it had inappropriately allowed voters to fix their erroneous ballots.
To stay in power, Trump must annul the results in at least three states where he is competing in an unprecedented way, and there is no legal way to do so.
Elsewhere, many of Mr. Biden’s senior campaign officials discuss their role in the transition and the new administration that will take office on January 20. A source says some of the roles will be announced by Tuesday.
Representative Cedric Richmond, the national co – chairman of Mr. Biden’s campaign and former chairman of the Black Caucus in Congress, is expected to join the administration in senior capacity, while Steve Richetti, Biden’s close adviser for a long time, the person said. Richmond’s move will open his Louisiana congressional seat.
Earlier this year, the media reported that Jen O’Malley Dillon, the first woman to lead the Democratic presidential candidacy as Mr Biden’s campaign manager, would be elected Deputy Chief of Staff.
Mr. Biden, a Democrat, is preparing to receive a brief overview of national security threats from his own security advisers. Trump, who did not approve of the November 3 election, prevented his successor from receiving the classified intelligence briefing that is usually given to a successor.
As an indication of the national security challenges that Biden has traditionally inherited, Trump last week called for options to attack Iran’s main nuclear site, but eventually decided to take action, Reuters reported.
Trump has been outraged and arrogant on social media that some prominent Republicans should consider electing Biden as president.
Trump’s national security adviser, Robert O’Brien, said Monday that he would ensure a professional change in the situation in which Biden is considered a winner.
“If Biden-Harris is determined to win the ticket, and now things are like that, we will have a very professional transition from the National Security Council, and there is no question about that,” O’Brien told Global.
At a news conference on Monday, Trump again asked Trump to cooperate with the transfer of power, saying the revived Kovid-19 pandemic lives were in balance.
“If we don’t coordinate, more people will die,” he said.
Biden said the president’s refusal to agree did not preclude his transition efforts. “It’s more of a shame to the country than it is to weaken my ability to start,” he said.
There is no evidence of irregularities
Four days later, Biden’s victory became clear as more votes were counted, though not a single winner won the election.
Although legally meaningless, the Democrats won at least 5.6 million votes, or 3.6 percent of the points, in the symbolically important national popular vote, and some ballots are still counted.
In all the major state-by-state electoral colleges, Biden surpassed the 270 votes needed to win, ranking Trump’s 232 with 306 runs.
While states are working to testify to those results before the December 8 deadline, Trump and his followers have claimed to have been deceived by the fraud, but so far the baseless allegations have failed to catch up in court.
Election officials at both state and national levels said there was no evidence of irregularities.
Despite experts saying Mr Biden’s margins cannot be surpassed, Trump supporters are adamant that recounts will outperform state results.
Georgia is taking on a manual recount of its own, but will have to pay for a recount in advance of the Trump campaign in Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Election Commission estimated Monday that such a survey would cost $ 7.9 million. – Reuters