While multiple lawsuits remain underway in this year’s presidential election, Trump has not conceded. Earlier this week, the president also stated that despite the GSA giving Biden the necessary tools for a formal White House power transition, the Trump legal team will ultimately prevail.
Biden, on the other hand, is not waiting on the outcomes of multiple pending lawsuits. He’s making plans for individuals to serve in his administration; on Monday, following the GSA’s provision of White House transition funding and access, the Biden-Harris team issued a statement citing the transition approval as confirmation of their win.
Now, according to Newsmax, Biden has expressed a willingness to meet President Trump in the White House.
Why Biden Wants a White House Meeting with Trump
If Biden were to meet with President Trump in the White House, it would only serve to legitimize the claim that he’s won the race. This week, Biden has already given a media interview, with the press citing it as his first since “winning” the 2020 presidential election.
I’ve long said that America leads not by the example of our power, but by the power of our example.
I am proud to put forward this incredible team that will lead by example. pic.twitter.com/mz9twkgcil
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) November 24, 2020
Thus far, President Trump has yet to invite Biden to the White House. It doesn’t really appear as though he’s going to do so, at least not while litigation remains ongoing. Trump furthermore maintains that he does not concede the election, due to the various accounts and affidavits alleging voter fraud and other irregularities.
Ultimately, Biden’s interest in a White House meeting with Trump comes down to politics and appearances. Since all states have not yet certified their results, an official winner of the 2020 presidential election has yet to be declared.
Calling Out Fraud in the 2020 Presidential Election
While President Trump’s legal representatives continue working on his behalf, the president remains tasked with leading the country. In addition to leading America, Trump is also using his social media platforms to draw attention to different reports of cheating and fraud in the election.
In GA, they threw away the envelops with the signatures that the ballots came in, then commingled the mail-in ballots with the day-of ballots so there was no way to tell them apart.
— LORI HENDRY (@Lrihendry) November 24, 2020
On the commander-in-chief’s Twitter feed, he’s shone the spotlight on reported election fraud in Georgia; the president has also called out Dominion Voting Systems for allegations of fraud, while drawing attention to polls surrounding the election.
All things considered, Joe Biden should not hold his breath waiting for a White House invitation from President Trump.
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