Dispatch from Washington: The most incompetent U.S. President Donald John Trump still whining over his election loss to Joe Biden


He hides from the cameras. He tweets. He pushes baseless election fraud allegations and refuses to concede while COVID-19 is accelerating dangerously and killing more than a thousand Americans every day. The most incompetent American President Donald John Trump, 74 years old, is still whining over his clear election loss to President-elect Joe Biden while the country is moving on. The election is over and there is nothing he can do to overturn the election results.

On Thursday, he received two more pieces of bad news.

First, a coalition of federal and state officials said in a statement they found no evidence votes were compromised or altered in last week’s presidential election. In fact, they said the November 3 presidential election was the ‘most secure in US history’. The statement was released by America’s top security officials, including many appointed by President Trump himself.

The second bad news came from Arizona, a red state that went to Joe Biden as well. No Democrat had won Arizona since Bill Clinton in 1996.

These two pieces of bad news came even as the judges have been throwing out many of Trump’s frivolous lawsuits, alleging baseless voter fraud in the election he lost and cannot overturn. One judge even blasted Trump’s lawyer, wondering why he would bring a meritless allegation to the court.

In addition, more Republican senators, that is senators from President Trump’s own party, are beginning to lose patience with him, saying Joe Biden should start receiving highly classified intelligence briefings since he will be the next President.

In addition, the Governor of Ohio, a Republican, said Joe Biden is the President-elect, Trump lost the election and the country should move on.

Let me summarize. 1- Those in charge of the election security found no evidence of fraud. 2. Another state went to Joe Biden. 3. Trump’s cases are being thrown out by judges, and lawyers are being excoriated for wasting their time. 4. Politicians from Trump’s own party are losing patience with him. 5. The only person who seems to believe Trump won the election is Trump himself and his children. 6. No one else really believes he won and everyone knows he would be leaving office at noon on January 20, 2021.

That’s the only thing you may really pay attention to. The rest is just noise, propaganda, a tweet and really nothing.

For Joe Biden, he’s moving on. His in-coming chief of staff, Ron Klain, granted his first interview on Thursday night.

He said the President-elect has been busy and would be on day one. On January 20, 2021, he will sign many executive orders to correct Trump’s anomalies.

He will rejoin the Paris Accord to fight climate change, rejoin the World Health Organization to fight pandemics, protect the Dreamers and cancel visas bans on Muslim and African countries. He will also have a solid team ready to fight COVID-19 with several experts focusing on various areas of the fight.

While Biden is doing that, President Trump has not said anything about the escalating pandemic. The number of cases, hospitalizations and deaths is rising, but the President is focused on an election he lost and cannot change.”

Simon Ateba
Simon Ateba
Based in Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America, Simon leads a brilliant team of reporters, freelance journalists, analysts, researchers and contributors from around the world to run TODAY NEWS AFRICA as editor-in-chief. Simon Ateba's journalistic experience spans over 10 years and covers many beats, including business and investment, information technology, politics, diplomacy, human rights, science reporting and much more. Write him: simonateba@todaynewsafrica.com
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