Trump gives the green light for a transfer of power but says he will continue to fight.

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The transfer of power from US President Donald Trump to incoming President Joe Biden can finally really begin. The government department dealing with arranging a tidy transition has admitted that Biden has won. However, that doesn’t mean Trump is admitting his loss.

The government service couldn’t wait any longer, says correspondent Erik Mouthaan.

“It was starting to get a little weird, but with both Georgia and Michigan saying that Biden really is the winner in their state, the Trump-appointed official can’t help but admit that Biden won,” Mouthaan explains. Trump gives the green light for a transfer of power but says he will continue to fight.
The transfer of power from US President Donald Trump to incoming President Joe Biden can finally really begin. The government department dealing with arranging a tidy transition has admitted that Biden has won. However, that doesn’t mean Trump is admitting his loss.

The government service couldn’t wait any longer, says correspondent Erik Mouthaan.

“It was starting to get a little weird, but with both Georgia and Michigan saying that Biden is the winner in their state, the Trump-appointed official can’t help but admit that Biden won,” Mouthaan explains.
The letter sent by the General Services Administration (GSA) official yesterday.

This letter is the first step in a transfer of power from Trump to Biden. The official who signed the letter, Emily Murphy, waited more than two weeks after the election results to send the letter.

This letter is the first step in a transfer of power from Trump to Biden. The official who signed the letter, Emily Murphy, waited more than two weeks after the election results to send the letter.

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