“Watch for massive ballot-counting abuse, we will win,” Trump tweeted early on Tuesday. The formal process of Bidens’s transition may be blocked by Trump’s attempt to overturn the election results in court on fraud allegation during the election that many Americans have described as false claims.
It has been observed by Americans that since election day on November 3, Trump has made few public appearances and seems to have all but shelved normal presidential duties. His only known activities outside the White House have been to play golf twice over the weekend, after the results. Also, Trump has spent much of his time tweeting, mostly about what he claims is the stolen election.
More, Trump has been accused of not only failing to invite Biden for a chat in the Oval Office, but he is also blocking the Democrat from access to facilities, funding, and expertise that usually come in a ready made package to help the incoming leader. It is also alleged that Trump has approached the supreme court to dismantle the Obamacare health care plan.
The release of this transition aid is controlled by the General Services Administration head Emily Murphy, who was appointed by Trump. On Monday, the Republican leader in Congress, Senator Mitch McConnell, said Trump was “100 percent within his rights” to challenge the election in court.
However it is widely believed by Americans that none of the lawsuits appears to have the potential to change the result of votes and even a planned recount of Biden’s paper-thin victory in Georgia, or anywhere else, would be unlikely to change the fundamental math.
More will continue to unfold in later days to come.