The outgoing administration of US President Donald Trump is trying to prevent a smooth transition of power, especially in security. Future President Joe Biden said in a speech on Monday.
According to Biden, his change team will have to deal with the Department of Defense’s “roadblocks.” “Right now, we don’t have all the information we need about national security from the outgoing group. In my opinion – no less irresponsible,” Biden said in a speech from Wilmington, USA. Delaware status.
Biden’s team had previously complained that the Department of Defense was canceling summaries and withholding information. The Pentagon denied it.
US Secretary of Defense Chris Miller said in a statement on Monday that there had been 164 talks with 400 officials and that the Pentagon had handed over 5,000 pages of documents to Biden’s replacement committee.
Trump still denies election results
Trump still refuses to admit that he lost the November US presidential election. A meeting between the current president and Fiden has not yet taken place, and it is unclear whether it will take place before he takes office on January 20.
Traditionally, the powers that be in the United States have worked with the Presidential Committee to ensure a smooth transition in the name of national interests. The formal handing over of official business was legally established after the presidential election.