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President Donald Trump May Finally Agree Biden’s Victory But On One Condtion

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The President of United States of America, Donald Trump, has finally accepted to leave the white house if the Electoral College announces that the final result shows Biden won.

He might accept the result but that would not necessarily means he would stop pressing charges against the result in the court of law.

He also doubted if he would be available to attend Biden’s inauguration as it is the tradition of America for outgoing president to welcome in the incoming one.

He also questioned Biden’s appointment of cabinet as unlawful. “I’ll be honest, I know the answer, but I just don’t want to say it yet,” he said, he also added that it “not right” that Biden has begun picking a cabinet.

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According to a report, Trump said he would certainly leave the white house once the Electoral College affirms the victory. In an interview at the White House’s diplomatic room, which happened to be first of its kind after election, he responded “Certainly, I will, and you know that” when he was asked if he would leave white house.

However, Trump still maintained the fact that there was “massive fraud and massive rigging” in the election and that the court cases challenging the election are unstoppable.

He further added that if the Electoral College awards the victory to Biden, he said “they’ve made a mistake,” because “this election was a fraud” and it would “be a very hard thing to concede,” the election result.

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He concluded to say that the whole world is watching what will eventually happens if the truth does not reign. He added that the plan to contest again in the next four years is not known yet.

“The whole world is watching and the whole world is laughing at our electoral process,” he said, “I don’t want to talk about 2024 yet.”



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