Despite the defeat in the US presidential elections (US Presidential Elections 2020), the White House is planning a second term for Donald Trump. This was stated by a top White House official.
Despite the defeat in the US presidential elections (US Presidential Elections 2020), the White House is planning a second term for Donald Trump. This was stated by a top White House official. “We are moving forward in the White House under the assumption that Trump will have a second term,” Peter Navarro, a business adviser to Donald Trump, told Fox Business Network.
Preparations for Trump’s welcome
In this regard, us media have announced that Donald Trump has not yet admitted a week after the presidential elections that his Democratic challenger Joe Biden defeated him in the November 3 presidential election. A Fox News report said preparations are on for Trump’s second term instead of welcoming Biden to the White House. Biden is to be sworn in as president on January 20.
Demand for verification of ballot paper
President Trump has been publicly exposed several times since the election results were legally challenged, but he has not yet provided any evidence of electoral fraud. Peter Navarro reiterated the allegations with no evidence of Trump supporters, saying, “We want the ballots to be verified, certified ballots are investigated as the number of fraud allegations signed by witnesses is increasing.”
Navarro’s question of what can Biden do with regard to China
Navarro referred to the “dishonest deception” (immaculate deception) and said there have been many speculations about what Biden can do on trade policy or in relation to China. “I think it’s inevitable to consider this point,” he said. Federal and state US election officials had denied any fraud in the elections on Thursday and said there was no evidence of theft or fraud, with almost all leaders around the world congratulating Biden for his victory.