October 26, 2021

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Trump acknowledges end of term, ‘systematic transition’

Trump acknowledges end of term, 'systematic transition'

After Congress confirmed the election of Joe Biden to the White House, Donald Trump agreed early Thursday that his presidency was nearing the end and that he had promised a “systematic transition”.

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“Although I completely disagree with the election results and the facts support me, there will be a systematic transition on January 20,” he wrote in a statement. “It represents the end of the best first presidential term and only the beginning of our struggle to make America great again,” the Republican said.

“Although I completely disagree with the election results and the facts support me, there will be a systematic transition on January 20,” he wrote in a statement.

“It represents the end of the best first presidential term and only the beginning of our struggle to make America great again,” the Republican said.

From Wednesday to Thursday at midnight, and after rejecting the objections of Republican-elected officials, Vice President Mike Pence confirmed the Democrat victory, with 306 voters against the outgoing president 236, with rooms for an extraordinary session before two.

Considered merely formal, this affirmation became, in Joe Biden’s words, “rebellion”, “almost treason”, when there was a crowd of supporters The outgoing president attacked the capital, Interrupts the discussion.

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