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The US state of Wisconsin has completed a recount to confirm Joe Biden’s victory over Donald Trump

On November 29, recounts were completed in the two largest counties in Wisconsin, confirming biden’s victory over Trump. Biden leads Trump by more than 20,000 votes, according to some estimates. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the State Department will “fulfill its commitment” to work with the incoming Biden administration on the transition. The White House approved the transfer of power to the Federal General Services Agency (GSA) on January 24th.

According to the TRADITION of the US system, the General Services Office will provide office space for the transition government team to assist in contact and coordination with various federal agencies, and the State Department will also support the communication efforts of the next administration, CNN reported Wednesday. In an interview with Fox News broadcast Thursday, Pompeo said the transition was “what the President directed us to do as the GSA decided, and we’re going to get it all done. It is a legal requirement and we will always keep that promise.

Pompeo was also asked if Trump would order a complete withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan by the end of his term. “The President is going to make a decision, and he’s now saying we’ll go from 4,000 to about 2,500,” he said, without giving a timetable.

The report says it is customary for the STATE Department to support all communications by the president-elect during the transition period. But state Department officials familiar with the matter noted that when many countries began sending messages to the State Department to congratulate Mr. Biden on his election, the Trump administration blocked the president-elect from getting them. Biden won the November 3 election over Trump (232) with 306 electoral votes (far more than the 270 needed to win the presidency), according to media counts. Mr Trump has so far refused to concede and continues to claim, without evidence of fraud, that he, not Mr Biden, won the election.”It’s going to be a very tough thing,” Mr Trump told reporters on Thanksgiving night, according to NBC. It is noted that this is the first time since the election that Trump has answered reporters’ questions.Asked by reporters whether he would acknowledge the truth if the Electoral College eventually confirms Biden as the winner, Trump reportedly replied: “If they [the Electoral College] do that, they’re making a mistake.” But pressed on whether he would leave the White House under that outcome, Mr Trump said: “Of course I would.”

Trump said he said it was “hard” to concede the election because there was “massive fraud” and people would see “shocking things” within a week or two, the report said.

During a 35-minute question-and-answer session, Mr Trump told reporters he had won the election “by a large margin”, the report said. But the report also noted that While Biden received more than 80 million votes, Trump received only 73.8 million.Trump took questions from reporters about whether he would run in the 2024 election and whether he would follow tradition and attend Biden’s inauguration.

According to ABC news on May 26, this is the first time that Trump has taken questions from reporters since Biden declared victory. Asked if Biden would announce his candidacy for 2024 if he wins the White House on January 20, 2021, Trump said he “doesn’t want to talk about it.”Asked by a reporter if Biden would leave the White House if he was sworn in, Trump said yes, saying “of course.” Asked if he would attend Biden’s inauguration in keeping with tradition, Trump said: “I don’t want to answer that right now. I have the answer, and I know it, to be honest, but I don’t want to say it yet.”

The GSA has informed Biden that the Trump administration is ready to begin a formal transition process, gSA administrator Emily Murphy said Wednesday. Trump later tweeted that he advised Emily and her team to do what needed to be done in the best interests of the country and told his team to do the same, but that the election litigation would continue.

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