US president Donald Trump has continued to delegitimize Joe Biden’s win in the just concluded election, saying he will keep fighting the electoral results even though his campaign has lost lots of legal challenges in states where he doubted Biden’s win.
Recall on Monday evening, Trump said on Twitter he had given the General Services Administration (GSA) head, Emily Murphy, permission to begin conducting transition with Joe Biden’s team in the best interest of the country, an indication that Trump was beginning to realize he lost to the Democrat.
But Tuesday afternoon, November 24, Trump continued to push back on Biden’s claim to the election, saying the GSA does not determine who the next US president will win. While he also retweeted his supporter who said he wasn’t conceding .
Under US law, Trump is to depart the White House in January 2021.