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Jan 7, 2021
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Trump will hand over power to Biden despite disagreement with election results

US President Donald Trump has pledged to ensure an “orderly transfer of power” to newly elected President Joseph Biden, although he still disagrees with the election outcome.

Trump will hand over power to Biden despite disagreement with election results

US President Donald Trump has admitted that he will have to leave his post on January 20, despite the fact that he has not yet met the election results. The incumbent American leader has pledged an orderly transfer of power to President-elect Joe Biden after Congress confirmed his victory.

The statement of the American leader appeared on Twitter on the page of the presidential aide in charge of social media communications, Daniel Scavino.

Members of the US Congress have now approved the election of Joe Biden as President of the United States. N received 306 electoral votes, while Trump received 232. More than 270 votes were required to win. The decision was met, despite the bedlam on the eve of the Capitol, during which four people died.

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