Saturday, November 21, 2020

It's Not Time Yet - Trump Still Does Not Want To Confess Losing!

 Donald Trump is seen as still unable to accept his defeat. From the beginning he continued to try to raise doubts about the election results when the new president of the United States, Joe Biden began his first step to the White House.


Today, Donald Trump will meet with Republican leaders from Michigan at the White House to urge the leadership to overturn the November 3 presidential election results.


Trump’s strategy is to convince legislators led by Republicans in the states won by Joe Biden. Donald Trump has previously insisted his party has filed a lawsuit claiming he has a lot of fraudulent evidence in this election.



Joe Biden, who was recently elected President, is a Democrat preparing to take office on January 20. However, the decision was opposed by Trump.


Trump's forces are currently focusing on the states of Michigan and Pennsylvania for the time being to change existing decisions. Based on reliable sources of Michigan legislators, senator Mike Shirkey and several other members will visit the White House at Trump's request.


Biden, meanwhile, is scheduled to meet with Democratic leaders in Congress, House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer after weeks of spending time with his advisers to plan the direction of the administration.