US President, Donald Trump, has said he actually won’t quit trying to overturn November political race results that handed a victory to Democrat Joe Biden.
Despite the fact that the November 3 votes have been projected and checked and every one of his claims have been filed and all have failed, Trump is as yet living in his own other reality, considering Biden an ‘illegitimate’ president.
“No, it’s not over,” Trump raved in an interview that aired Sunday night, December 13, on “Fox News.” “We keep going and we’re going to continue to go forward.”
Trump said his campaign has “numerous local cases” in the works and repeated claims that he actually won Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania.
There have been tranquil exchanges of power since at least 1801, when second President John Adams surrendered the White House to Thomas Jefferson.
In 1801, Adams purportedly skirted Jefferson’s inaguration and now Trump showed he may continue in those strides, regardless of whether it implies assaulting the underlying foundations of America’s custom.
When asked whether he would attend Biden’s inauguration set for Jan. 20, he snapped: “I would prefer not to discuss that.”
Found out if he would go to Biden’s initiation, set for Jan. 20, he snapped: “I would prefer not to discuss that.”