Donald Trump enabled the presidential transition with Joe Biden but will continue to contest the elections

After weeks of resistance, the outgoing US president instructed his team to do what is necessary regarding the “initial protocols”For the transfer.

The President of the United States, Donald Trump, finally enabled the presidential transition on Monday with the elected president, Joe Biden, although it warned that will continue to contest the elections.

“I want to thank Emily Murphy at GSA (General Services Administration) for her steadfast dedication and loyalty to our country. She has been harassed, threatened and abused – and I don’t want to see this happen to her, her family or employees. of GSA. Our case continues STRONG, we will continue the good fight and I believe we will prevail, “Trump tweeted.

“However,” he continued, “in the best interest of our country, I recommend that Emily and her team do what they have what to do about the initial protocols, and I have told my team to do the same. “

In this way, the outgoing president indicated that he instructed his team to do what is necessary regarding the “initial protocols” of the transition.

Despite not admitting defeat, it is about Donald Trump’s first sign which reaffirms the result of the United States elections of last November 3 in which Biden was the winner.

From that moment on, Trump had declared that the victory of his Democratic rival was the result of fraud. In fact, his lawyers have prosecuted key states, but the courts have been dismissing most.

Donald Trump’s announcement came shortly after a letter sent Monday by Murphy to Jorge Biden was released in which he certified his victory.

This recognition by the GSA was an essential step for Biden to have access to key resources to carry out the transition to govern.

Biden celebrated the step taken and described it as crucial to a “peaceful transfer of power”, after weeks of unprecedented tension in the northern country.

The veteran Democratic politician announced this Monday your appointments to diplomacy and national security, a team made up mostly of veterans of the Barack Obama administration signaling a return to traditional US foreign policy.

This Monday, likewise, a special commission certified the victory of Democrat Joe Biden in the state of Michigan, which limits the options of the Republican president in his campaign to contest the results of the elections in the United States.

The panel decided by three votes in favor and one abstention that Biden is certified as the winner of the election, in which Trump was imposed by about 156,000 votes, in a state where there were 5.5 million votes.

Trump has avoided the press, in stark contrast to his strategy during his administration, and reduced its public agenda to a minimum.

Although the results show that Biden obtained a comfortable majority, Donald Trump’s tactics aim to disrupt the certification processes of the different states in the face of to the formal vote of the Electoral College on December 14.

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