Joe Biden will be sworn in as president on January 20. President Donald Trump has not yet conceded defeat. Joe Biden is receiving very limited support from the Trump administration for a change of power.
In the United States, which has become fragile due to the Covid-19 infection, this time the power shift activities are being conducted under different arrangements. He is overseeing the transition from Joe Biden’s hometown of Wilmington, Delaware.
On December 26, Joe Biden received a briefing from his colleagues on national security and foreign affairs. Speaking after the briefing, Biden said the Trump administration was not providing them with the information needed to hand overpower.
The Biden camp received no support from the Trump administration until three weeks after the election win. This has never happened before.
Right now, my team isn’t getting all the information that we need from the outgoing administration in key national security areas.
Joe Biden said in his speech that he was being hindered in many ways by the Department of Defense and the Office of Budget Management.
He complained that not all information was being provided by the administration waiting to step down. He also mentioned that the matter is irresponsible.
Joe Biden noted that at the moment, there is a need for clear information about the enemies of the United States around the world.
Biden says government agencies do all the complex work for America’s security. He noted that these organizations are being controlled by personal influence and morality is being destroyed.
Shortly after the election, President Donald Trump fired Security Secretary Mark Esper. Asper’s relationship with President Trump deteriorated due to his opposition to the deployment of troops during the civil movement.
In the defense sector, Donald Trump is also believed to be trying to create chaos in his last days in power by gathering loyalists to him.
President Donald Trump is still dreaming that Republican lawmakers will stand for him in the joint session of Congress on January 6. Trump does not appear to be able to do any good by disrupting the last constitutional process of the US presidential election.
Trump is still being urged to accept defeat from various quarters. He continued his tweet messages and Facebook postings without listening to anyone. In his latest tweet on Monday, Trump said the state of Pennsylvania had more than 205,000 voters than voters. The US media is no longer covering his baseless claims.