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Donald Trump says he will leave the White House once Joe Biden’s fate is determined

President Donald Trump says he will officially leave the White House if the Electoral College votes for Joe Biden, the former US President Barack Obama’s Vice President who received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, conferred upon him by Obama in his last-time speech giving as the US President.

For sometime. Trump’s been refusing to leave the White House as he didn’t take defeat, it is currently reported that he has made comments closest to admitting defeat in election and set state for college vote on 14 December 2020.

Trump has said he will only leave the office when the electoral college votes for Democratic president-elect Joe Biden in the coming set stage for college vote.

In the election, Biden received 306 electoral college votes which moved past the 270 required votes to win the presidential election, Trump on the other side received 232 electoral college votes he hardly made peace with.

According to The Guardian, Biden also leads Trump by more than 6 million in the popular vote tally. “But desperate efforts by Trump and his aides to overturn results in key states, either by lawsuits or by pressuring state legislators, have failed,” reported The Guardian.

Since the election’s passing, Trump didn’t talk to reporters, when asked he declined to say whether he would attend Biden’s inauguration, which is going to take place on 20 January 2021.

Trump accused Biden of trying to pick a Cabinet as he says it’s not right to do so, he went ahead to tell and urge the reporters not to allow Biden the credit for pending coronavirus vaccines. “Don’t let him take credit for the vaccines because the vaccines were me and I pushed people harder than they’ve ever been pushed before,” he said.

Trump took to twitter to complain that his news was not covered the way he wanted.

It is not clear as to what stunts Trump would pull on the election stage as he’s the one who requested the taking pace thereof saying the majority vote emanating from the college stage in December, will determine his leaving the White House.

When questions were made about Trump’s comments, Biden campaign spokesperson, Michael Gwin said: “President-elect Biden won 306 electoral votes. State continue to certify those results, the Electoral College will soon meet to ratify that outcome. An Biden will be sworn in as the President on the 20th of January 2020.”

Whilst Trump’s directing comments to Biden, he’s spent his holiday with his family in Delaware, giving a presidential-style address in a message posted on his twitter account, where he said Americans were making a “shared sacrifice for the whole country.”

Earlier this morning, Trump went to twitter to say there are fake news out there;

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