Still refusing to concede victory to President-designate Joe Biden, Donald Trump says he will “definitely” leave the White House if the Electoral College confirms the Democrat's victory.
No I absolutely can't say thathe replied to a reporter who asked him if he would concede victory to Mr. Biden.
However, when asked if he would leave the White House if the voters confirmed the victory of his Democratic opponent, he replied:
I definitely will. And you know it.
If they do, they would make a mistake, added however the one who still alleges, without proof, to have been the victim of
It will be something very hard to accept, he also said about the future confirmation of the result of the ballot by the Electoral College.
The grand voters' vote is due to take place on December 14, and the count is due to follow on January 6.
Donald Trump made the announcement during the traditional speech to members of the United States Armed Forces on the occasion of Thanksgiving celebrations.
On Monday, Emily Murphy, the director of General Service Administration (GSA) had given her approval to begin the transition.
This decision allows the president-elect and his team to receive the budget of some six million dollars allocated to the transition process and to have access to premises.
Joe Biden won the November 3 presidential election with 306 voters against Donald Trump's 232.
The nomination of Joe Biden is due to take place on January 20.
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