United States: Trump continues to denounce fraud, Biden calls to respect...

United States: Trump continues to denounce fraud, Biden calls to respect...
United States: Trump continues to denounce fraud, Biden calls to respect...

Nothing changes in America. Donald , if he launched the transition process, is still crying out for fraud, mobilizing his supporters to “reverse” the result of the presidential election. However, one by one, the legal appeals of the outgoing president’s team failed, sometimes impatiently rejected by the judges for lack of merit. And Donald Trump is increasingly giving the impression of a lonely and chaotic end of his mandate.

The Republican president was expected to travel to Gettysburg, historic Pennsylvania on Wednesday, to meet his lawyer Rudy Giuliani. But the trip, which was not on the presidential agenda, was canceled at the last minute. Instead, in a dimly lit conference room at the hotel where he was with Republican senators, Giuliani put his phone on speakerphone so everyone could hear Trump’s words. “We have to reverse this election,” he told them. The Democrats “cheated. It was a fraudulent ballot, ”he added. The results of this key state were however certified Tuesday and no massive fraud has been demonstrated, contrary to the allegations of his camp.

“In America, we have free and fair elections, and we respect the results. The people and the laws of this country will not accept anything else, ”Joe Biden said almost at the same time, from his home town of Wilmington, Delaware. His transition team has already been able, since the process was opened, to begin coordinating with the Trump administration on national security, coronavirus control, and vaccine distribution plans. Biden should also, ultimately, have access to classified information Monday.

Unlike his rival, who sacrificed Tuesday night to the traditional grace of a turkey in the White House, but did not speak, Biden, him, gave a speech before Thanksgiving. This Thursday’s big holiday is the most important, along with July 4, on the American calendar. Once again, the elected president posed as a unifier. “You want solutions, not screams. Reason, not hypersectarism. Light, not flames ”, he hammered.

“We are at war against the virus, not against each other”

He acknowledged the weariness of people with the restrictions while urging them to be cautious. “We must remember that we are at war with the virus, not against each other,” he said, asking them to forgo the large family reunions associated with this day and the weekend that follows, and urging them to wear protective masks, at a safe distance from each other. The United States had to face “a long and harsh winter” but it was under the most difficult circumstances that “the soul of our nation was forged,” he said. More than 261,000 Americans have died from the coronavirus, and on Tuesday the daily death toll surpassed 2,000 for the first time since May.

Shortly after Biden’s intervention, Trump pardoned his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, who had pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with the former Russian ambassador in Washington. He announced it on Twitter, garnering little support in his camp.

This decision angered Democrats. This grace “is an act of serious corruption and a shameless abuse of power,” protested Nancy Pelosi, the president of the House of Representatives.

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