Advisers do not believe in Trump's victory and leave the White House




Some advisers to US President Donald Trump consider his defeat in the election a matter of course, so they are trying to distance themselves from the head of state out of a sense of self-preservation since the results in Pennsylvania and Georgia show that he will not be re-elected.





This was reported by CNN with reference to a source in the White House.

“It's over,” said one of Trump's key advisers. He and his colleagues cannot predict further steps by the head of the American administration, who categorically does not want to admit defeat and will insist on a recount of votes in key states. Advisers generally find Trump's allegations of irregularities and vote-counting fraud unconvincing.

At the same time, other people remain around Trump who tells him what he wants to hear, which will only contribute to the continuation of the drama
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