Joe Biden: Donald Trump not accepting the election defeat is not helping my transition efforts

Joe Biden: Donald Trump not accepting the election defeat is not helping my transition efforts

President-elect Joe Biden willing to shaping his White House team on Tuesday while president Donald Trump is still not taking his election loss with levity, asking for his election-loss to be reversed.

The presidential administration is said to commence its duty by January 20 – 2021, and several of Biden’s senior staff have been discussing their roles in the transition.


Some of the representatives includes Cedric Richmond, who was a national co-chairman of Biden’s campaign and also seen as biden advisor.

Jen O’Malley Dillon, said to be Biden’s campaign manager and is the first woman to lead a winning Democratic presidential bid.


Biden is set to receive a briefing on national security threats from his advisers. But Trump is said to blocked him from receiving the briefings transition since he’s yet to accept defeat in the election.


Trump national security adviser, Robert O’Brien, said on Monday that he would ensure a professional transition that Biden is admitted the winner.

“If the Biden-Harris ticket is determined to be the winner, and obviously things look like that now, we’ll have a very professional transition from the National Security Council, there’s no question about it,” O’Brien told the Global Security Forum.


At a news conference on Monday, Biden has called upon Trump to cooperate with the transfer of power, as he also said Trump’s refusal to concede was not helping his transition efforts.

“I find this more embarrassing for the country than debilitating for my ability to get started,” he said.

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