November 27th Trump answered reporters’ questions after a Thanksgiving conference call with U.S. military personnel, talking about whether he would participate in the 2024 election and whether he would attend Biden’s inauguration in accordance with tradition.
According to an ABC report on the 26th, this answer to reporters’ questions is the first time that Trump answered reporters’ questions after Biden announced the victory. When asked if Biden would announce his candidacy for the 2024 campaign if he entered the White House on January 20, 2021, Trump said he “did not want to talk about it.”
When a reporter asked whether Biden would leave the White House if he was sworn in, Trump gave a positive answer, saying, “Of course.” And when asked if he would attend Biden’s inauguration as traditional, Trump said: “I don’t want to answer yet. I already have the answer, honestly, I know the answer, but I don’t want to say it yet.”
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.