US President Donald Trump and his allies on Tuesday annulled President-elect Joe Biden’s victory, threatened him, and asked state officials to allow him to stay in the White House for another four years.
The United States has entered the final phase of its election campaign, which began on November 3 last year, and Trump has refused to go, even though Biden has won the popular vote along with the Electoral College.
On December 14 last year, the 538-member Electoral Body confirmed Biden as the final winner of the 2020 presidential election with 306 votes to 232. Democrat Biden also has a 7 million lead in the popular vote.
But President Trump refuses to understand how he lost an election in which he received more votes than any other presidential candidate except Biden.
Georgia is also holding two elections on Tuesday to decide who controls the US Senate. If Republicans retain their seats, they will have a Senate.
That could prevent Biden from making a major decision or making an important appointment because he needs Senate approval for both.
If Democrats already in the House of Representatives win in the Senate, then Biden can do what he has vowed to do to restore America’s identity as a free democracy was very damaged.
Trump also talked about the Senate election, urging voters to elect Republicans, but focused on Wednesday’s joint congressional meeting that will meet to confirm the vote.
If the session endorses Biden’s vote, it will end Trump’s efforts to retain the presidency, but Trump is working on a number of fronts to stop Biden, from litigation to administrative maneuvers.
On Saturday, Pence Chief of Staff Mark Short issued a statement saying the vice president “welcomes the efforts of members of the House and Senate to raise objections and present evidence before Congress and the American people on January 6. Raised the voice to do.
Republicans plan to raise objections to delay the plan, thanks to support from members of the House and senators.