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BIDEN WOBBLES TOWARDS THE WHITE HOUSE; CONFUSION ENGULFS TRUMP’S CAMP … Body of former top public US officers intervene

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There are indications that President Donald Trump may soon come to terms with the reality of his loss of the United States Presidential election and failed attempts to call the shots at the White House for another four years as the most powerful individual in the world. Meanwhile, President-elect Joe Biden continues to humble President Trump with his level-headed reactions to the decision of Trump to ‘’stonewall’’ his transition activities, naming his former Chief of Staff as US Vice-President to serve in same capacity in his presidency. President Trump has so far refused to accept his loss of the presidency even as fresh counting in some parts of the United States indicate that Biden is the first popular contestant for the coveted position that will largely determine the direction of global politics and economy in the next four years. Joe Biden is coming into office as the 47th President of the United States with vast experiences acquired in his long walk in the corridor of power, spending 36 years as a US Senator representing Delaware, and eight years as Vice-President of the United States OBAMA REACTS CNN’s Keith Allen reports that President Barack Obama has expressed dismay that Trump is treading ‘a dangerous path” Former President Barack Obama talked about President Trump’s false claims of election fraud in the wake of his loss to Joe Biden and the impact they are having on the country, according to an interview he did with CBS. The network released a clip of the interview on Thursday’s CBS Evening News.  “They appear to be motivated, in part, because the President doesn’t like to lose, and never admits loss” Obama told CBS News’ Scott Pelley. “I’m more troubled by the fact that other Republican officials who clearly know better are going along with this, are humoring him in this fashion “It is one more step in delegitimizing, not just the incoming Biden administration, but democracy generally. And that’s a dangerous path,” Obama said. Biden is expected to bring his huge experience to bear on global issues, having previously served  as the Chairman of the US Senate Judiciary Committee, as well as his Membership of the Foreign Relations Committee. Ability to gain the confidence of the members of the US Congress is further made possible by his very close interactions across the board in his capacity as the President of the Senate for 8 years. The…

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