On November 10, local time, according to US media reports, the campaign team of the US Democratic presidential candidate Biden stated that if the Republican presidential candidate and current US president Trump refuses to recognize the election results and delays the transfer of power, Biden’s campaign team Legal action will be considered.
According to the Associated Press, although according to the statistics of many mainstream American media, Biden has won more than 270 electoral votes and won the general election, but the US General Services Administration, which has officially opened the presidential transfer process, has not officially determined the winner of the general election. This prevented Biden from officially starting to take over the power of the president.
Under normal circumstances, after the US General Services Administration has determined the presidential candidate to be elected, the related power transfer can only be initiated. CBS reported that the Biden campaign team will consider legal action to deal with the current situation. Biden’s campaign team said, “There are many options now, and of course you can choose to take legal action.”
Trump sent two articles in a day saying he would win
On the 10th, US President Trump posted on social networking sites twice in one day. He said that his election is making great progress, the results will be announced next week, and he will win. Trump’s campaign manager, Bill Stepin, said the day before that Trump “has not flinched” and “is still fighting” and will continue to seek to initiate legal proceedings in several key states against the results of the election.
However, according to US media reports, although the Trump campaign is actively seeking donations to cover tens of millions of dollars in litigation costs and recounting costs, some Republican donors have expressed their unwillingness to continue entanglement in legal proceedings. It will not change the outcome of the current election. They have shifted their focus to maintaining the Republican majority in the Senate.