That doesn’t mean he has already conceded his loss. He says he still takes into account that it will change if he wins.
Removed from the table
According to Trump, ‘large-scale fraud’ has taken place in states that have become decisive. In the cases he has been filing with his campaign team for weeks, his lawyers have been unable to provide any evidence to support this claim. So one court after another rejects the president’s objections.
Trump has never confirmed those allegations, but he has repeated the words.
This led to Biden in a statement addressing the recent unthinkable situation that Trump would see himself as president despite the failed elections. “Security is capable of removing intruders from the White House,” Fiden’s team said coolly.
Put it down
Yet, little by little, the president seems to be resigning himself more and more to his loss. In recent weeks, the White House has denied Joe Biden access to daily commentary for the first time in weeks, so he could start on January 20th. Permission for this was granted only this week.
For the first time since the November 4 election, Trump spoke so clearly about the upcoming transfer of power.