On the 26th, U.S. President Trump said that if the electoral college voted to confirm Biden’s victory in the election, he would leave the White House.
But Trump also said that under the current circumstances, it would be difficult for him to admit defeat.
Reuters reported that although Trump repeatedly claimed that there was large-scale fraud in the election without evidence, this time he was the closest to admit defeat.
Reporter: If the Electoral College voted for Biden, would you leave the White House?
President Trump of the United States: Of course, of course, I will leave the White House. But I think there will be a lot going on in between now and January 20, 2021.
Trump declined to say whether he would attend Biden’s inauguration on January 20 next year. It is planned that the Electoral College will vote on December 14.
Just on the 25th, Trump pardoned former President’s national security assistant Flynn, and U.S. media analysis pointed out that Trump may set off a wave of “amnesty” before leaving office, pardoning political allies who had “get into trouble”.
In addition, on the 26th, Biden posted a video on a social networking website, calling on Americans to abide by epidemic prevention measures and stay at home as much as possible during the holiday season.