WASHINGTON – Joe Biden will announce his first cabinet election on Tuesday, a major aide said on Sunday, as the president-elect continued to plan for his administration while President Donald Trump showed no signs of abandoning his long-running motion to change the US election.
Since Biden was declared the winner of the November 3 election two weeks ago, Trump has filed a series of lawsuits and launched a crackdown on state officials to confirm their votes, suffering another official crackdown on Saturday in Pennsylvania.
Ron Klain, Biden’s choice to be White House chief of staff, reiterated their solution to the Trump administration – especially the federal agency called the General Services Administration – to officially accept Biden’s victory to open the resources for the reform process.
“I hope the GSA manager will do his job,” Klain said, referring to GSA chief Emily Murphy.
Klain said the Republican President’s efforts to change the results were a disgrace, but it also did not work. Biden, a Democrat, is expected to take office on January 20.
“A record number of Americans have rejected Trump’s presidency, and since then Donald Trump has rejected democracy,” Klain said in an interview with ABC’s “This Week” program.
Klain said Biden would announce his first Cabinet election on Tuesday but declined to comment. Biden said on Thursday he had elected a Treasurer Secretary, adding that the nominee would appeal to all parties in the Democratic Party …
Candidates for Biden’s list include former Fed Chairman Janet Yellen, current Fed Governor Lael Brainard, former Sarah Governor Sara Bloom Raskin, and Raphael Bostic, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
Critics of Trump, including Democrats and other Republicans, accused him of trying to undermine faith in the US election system and grant Biden victory by promoting false allegations of widespread voter fraud.
“Fight hard against the Republicans,” Trump wrote on Twitter on Sunday morning as he pressed his unconfirmed story about voter fraud.
To date, attempts to prevent the issuance of ballot papers have failed in the courts of Georgia, Michigan, and Arizona.
On Saturday, the U.S. District Judge Matthew Brann, a Republican nominated by former Democratic Alliance President Barack Obama, has dismissed a similar effort in Pennsylvania, writing that a lawsuit filed by Trump’s attorneys alleges voter fraud has reached “opposing legal disputes without allegations and speculation.”
“This claim, like Frankenstein’s Monster, has been misrepresented,” Brann wrote.
SOME REPUBLICS BREAK THE POSTS
Some of the Republicans along with Trump in Congress are now stepping down, although many, including the most senior, have not yet done so.
Republican Senator Pat Toomey on Saturday said Brann’s decision “used all of Trump’s legal means” in Pennsylvania, and urged the president to “accept the election results.” Toomey also congratulated Biden and Vice-President-elect Harris and called them “dedicated public servants.”
Liz Cheney, a Republican leader in the House of Representatives, had earlier urged Trump to immediately present evidence of widespread voter fraud or to honor “the sanctity of our electoral process.”
Republican Senator Kevin Cramer on Sunday told NBC’s “Meet the Press” program that the start of the presidential election was too late, although he was still defending Trump’s ongoing efforts to challenge the election and refused to accept Biden’s victory.
Klain said Biden emphasized medical treatment and brought about a divided government, adding that there were Democrats and Republicans in Washington who wanted to work together.
“I hope they will begin to accept the truth,” Klain said of Republican leaders. He said he was encouraged by the statements from Toomey and Senator Mitt Romney.
“I think we’re seeing some encouraging signs,” Klain said.
Critics say Trump’s refusal to accept the consequences carries serious consequences for the country’s continued security and to prevent a war against the coronavirus that has killed an estimated 256,000 Americans.
Jen Psaki, a senior adviser to Biden’s transformation group, said in CNN’s “State of the Union” program that legal action to force the GSA to recognize Biden “is not something we like.
Biden received six million more votes nationwide than Trump and, most importantly, won 306-232 in the state-run Electoral College system that decides the winner of the election.
For Trump to hope to stay in the White House, he had to somehow win the bid for 81,000 Biden votes in Pennsylvania, which the country won in 2016. The state should begin confirming its results by Monday.
With allegations and allegations of provocation, Trump has pressured Republican-led state legislatures to issue a total of votes and declare him the winner.
Election officials across the country say there is no evidence of massive vote fraud, and Trump officials themselves have called the election “the safest in American history.”