President-Elect Joe Biden has issued a warning to incumbent President Donald Trump, claiming that more COVID-19 related deaths will occur if he continues to delay the transition.
Other advisers to Biden have said that any investigations into Trump would be "very situational", plus they would run on a separate track from the state level investigations like the one into his taxes.
Trump on Tuesday fired top United States cybersecurity official Chris Krebs, who heads the Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, accusing him without evidence of making a "highly inaccurate" statement that affirmed the security of the USA election. Ana finds such an announcement incredible, considering that Trump's crimes aren't even in the past and he's now attempting to steal an election from Biden himself. Dana Remus, the campaign's top lawyer, will be counsel to the president. Per the Associated Press, Biden and Trump have yet to coordinate on a vaccine distribution plan although several COVID-19 vaccine trials are looking promising and a vaccine may be ready soon.More news: How to enable WhatsApp disappearing messages feature on Android, iOS and KaiOS
Biden, a Democratic former vice-president who will take office on January 20, has also not been able to receive the classified intelligence briefings usually afforded a president-elect.
The head of an obscure federal agency that is holding up Joe Bidens presidential transition knew well before Election Day that she might have a messy situation on her hands.
The Associated Press on November 7 named Biden the projected victor of the presidential election with 290 Electoral College votes and 50.9% of the popular vote to Trump's 232 electoral votes and 47.3% of the popular vote.More news: Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley’s ‘Chaos Walking’ Shares First Preview
State elections officials have said there was no wrongdoing.
PENNSYLVANIA BALLOTS: A hearing on the Trump campaigns federal lawsuit seeking to prevent Pennsylvania officials from certifying the vote results remains on track. Biden won statewide by 20,608 votes, based on canvassed results submitted by the counties. "Trump is not going to go away".
Georgia is undertaking a manual recount on its own, but in Wisconsin the Trump campaign would have to pay for a recount in advance. The Trump campaign chose not to seek a statewide recount, which the commission had estimated would cost $7.9 million.More news: China's COVID-19 Vaccine Administered To A Million People