Joe Bidden said he would have no issue to meet Trump as part of the transition.
Reporters asked Biden if he will ever meet Donald Trump, to which the president-elect replied, “Of course I would if he asked.” Though, Donald Trump has refused to accept the 2020 presidential election results declaring Biden as the winner. Media approached the White House to comment on Biden’s statement and ask if they plan to organize a meeting with Biden’s team – The White House declined to comment.
The outgoing US presidents had always been very sensible and mature while bidding farewell to the White House.
They had welcomed their successors respectfully, offering help in the transition between administrations.Trump paid a visit to Obama’s residence a week after the 2016 election. However, this year the US President has refused to accept the results and sowed doubts on the authenticity of elections after the news networks certified Biden’s victory.
He took it to Twitter and spread the fraud voters’ claims, and announced to take the matter to court.We are not sure if the transition process will complete peacefully in 2021 like the previous years or not.
Biden got the notification from the General Services Administration on Monday to initiate the formal transition with the aid of federal services and resources.Trump posted on Twitter, declaring that he has signed off on the move. He later Tweeted, “I am not conceding.
” Despite Trump’s adherence to fraud voter’s claims, the transition process moves forward with Trump’s approval.He approved Biden to receive the classified intelligence reports on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, the spokesperson of the “Office of Director of National Intelligence” said, “The agency will provide the Trump’s Daily Brief to Biden for assistance in the transition after the permission granted by White House.”
Trump and Joe Biden last met in person at the final presidential debate in October. However, they both had a conversation on a phone call after the breakdown of Coronavirus. President Trump said they had a warm and friendly conversation.