Officially, this process will begin after Biden's victory is announced by the General Services Administration.
The Advisory Transition Council, composed of representatives of the last three White House administrations, urged incumbent U.S. President Donald Trump to prepare for the transfer of power to Joe Biden. The process will officially begin after Joe Biden's victory is announced by the General Services Administration (GSA). This is reported by the Associated Press.
вЂњIt was a tough campaign, but history is full of examples of presidents who generously assisted their successors after such campaigns,вЂќ the bipartisan transitional council said in a statement.
The statement was signed by George W. Bush's White House chief of staff, Josh Bolten; Michael Levitt, minister of health and social services of the same administration; Bill Clinton's Democrat-era White House chief of staff, Mack McClarty; and Barack Obama Penny Pritzker, minister of commerce under Democratic president Barack Obama.
We remind you that the general election was held in the USA on November 3. According to the leading media forecasts, Democrat Joe Biden won the presidential race and has already announced it.
However, Donald Trump did not admit defeat. He stated about falsifications during the voting and announced a long lawsuit.
At that time, preparations for the inauguration began in the United States. The event is scheduled for January 20, 2021, in the open air. Tribunes began to be erected near the Capitol building.