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Biden: If Trump asks, I would like to see him.

Biden: If Trump asks, I would like to see him.

November 25th – The ABC reported on the 24th that Biden gave a brief answer to reporters’ questions at the Queen’s Theatre in Wilmington, Delaware. Asked if he would meet with Trump, Biden said: “Of course, if he [Trump] asks.”

Biden was also asked if he had spoken to Fauci, the top infectious disease expert in the United States. He has not spoken to Fauci himself, but his staff has already talked about it and said that Fauci is “very, very helpful.”

According to the latest news from the U.S. media, the White House has approved the daily presidential briefing for Biden. The U.S. Department of Defense and the Foreign Office have also confirmed that they have begun to support the government’s transition.

On the 23rd local time, Emily Murphy, the administrator of the U.S. General Administration, said that the General Administration had informed Biden that the Trump administration was ready to start a formal transition process.

Trump then tweeted that in the best interests of the United States, he advised Emily and her team to do what they needed and told his team to do the same, but the election lawsuit would continue.

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