Donald Trump stubbornly refuses to admit his defeat to Joe Biden – at least publicly. Plans for the next elections are already in the background.
Donald Trump lost Joe Biden’s election. Even if he hasn’t officially admitted this, Trump seems to be getting ready to run for the next US election in 2024.
This emerges from an email survey from the Trump team. Under the – false – headline that the ‘radical left’ stole President Trump’s election, Trump supporters are asked, ‘Do you think President Trump should run for president in 2024?’
However, the email that has been circulating on social networks since Wednesday also poses a problem for Trump: Under the constitution, a U.S. president can only serve two terms. So as Trump prepares for another 2024 candidacy, he indirectly admits that he lost the 2020 election.
Wild accusations without any evidence
So far, however, Trump has strictly avoided admitting his defeat to Biden. He has lost nearly 60 lawsuits against the election results, but continues to add up. At last he guessed – without presenting any evidence – the voting machines would have given Biden two to three percent of the vote.
Trump was also not at all happy that the leading Republican in the US Senate, Mitch McConnell, Biden eventually congratulated him on his election victory. “It’s too early to give up,” Trump tweeted.
Ultimately, however, the choice was made. In the 50 US states and Washington’s main district, 538 voters voted on behalf of the people for the future president on Monday. As expected, Biden got the votes of 306 voters, 36 more than is necessary for the victory. 232 voters voted for Trump.