The US President Donald Trump came his closest though to admitting election failure Monday after the government agency meant to ease Joe Biden’s transition into the White House stated it was finally elevating its unprecedented block on help.
POTUS Donald Trump recognized it was time for the General Services Administration (GSA) to “do what needs to be done.”
In the same tweet, Trump insisted that he was yet refusing to admit, saying: “Our case STRONGLY continues, we will keep up the good fight, and I believe we will prevail!”
But for the Republican to sign off on the GSA’s arrangement to work with the Biden transition team indicated that even he sees the writing on the wall after three weeks of evidence-free claims that the November 3 election was stolen from Trump.
This means that Biden’s Democratic team will now have access to funds, office space, and the ability to meet with federal officials.
Biden’s office, which hours earlier declared a highly endured group to be chosen for top US foreign policy and security posts, told the GSA would now allow “support necessary to carry out a smooth and peaceful transfer of power.”
The sudden collapse in Trump’s persistent attempt to deny Biden’s success came after Michigan became the newest state to approve its results and more powerful POTUS Trump’s supporters came out demanding that the impasse ends.
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