Officially, the process will begin after Biden’s victory is announced by the General Services Administration.
The Transitional Advisory Council, made up of representatives from the last three White House administrations, has called on incumbent US President Donald Trump to prepare for the process of handing over power to Joe Biden. The process will officially begin after the General Services Administration (GSA) announces Joe Biden’s victory.
“This was a hard-fought campaign, but history is replete with examples of presidents who emerged from such campaigns to graciously assist their successors”the member of GSA said in a statement
The corresponding statement was signed by the head of administration of the White House of the Republican George W. Bush, Josh Bolten, the secretary of health and human services of the same administration Michael Levitt, the head of the White House of the Democrat Bill Clinton Mac McLarty and the Secretary of Commerce under the Democratic President Barack Obama Penny Pritzker.
Recall, November 3 in the U.S. general election. According to the forecasts, democrat Joe Biden won the presidential race, who has already announced it.
However, Donald Trump did not admit defeat. He reported fraudulent voting and announced a long legal battle.
Meanwhile, preparations for the inauguration began in the United States. The event is scheduled for January 20, 2021, outdoors.