Biden, start taking over the regime... Will U.S. politics enter orbit?
james kim, new york
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A full-fledged takeover of the U.S. government by Joe Biden is expected to begin.
Pennsylvania and Nevada judged that U.S. President-elect Joe Biden won the last presidential election early Saturday (Korea time).
As Biden's winning streak continues in the race, Biden is seeking to solidify his status as a legal candidate.
On the 24th (Korea time), there were reports that the U.S. Federal Office sent a letter to Biden stating that the Trump administration was ready to begin the formal transition process, and although President Trump did not acknowledge his defeat in the presidential election, he expressed his willingness to cooperate in the transfer of power about 20 days after the presidential election. The prevailing view is that the political uncertainty surrounding the presidential election seems to be fading.
Under these circumstances, Biden sent a message of harmony to the United States.
As the U.S. Federal Office notified Biden of the start of the transition, Biden's transition team received 6.3 million dollars in funds and manpower for the acquisition, and it became possible to cooperate with the federal government, he was the first to reach out to the U.S.
The move is interpreted as a willingness to take care of national security even during the transition process.
Meanwhile, Trump's self-compliment of "30,000 Dow" has become a hot topic.
The Dow hit an all-time high of 30,000 early Wednesday (Korea time). When the stock market performed well, there was a precedent that President Trump always congratulated.
U.S. President Donald Trump said in a TV interview, "The Dow has just hit the 30,000 mark. I've never crossed the 30,000 mark. '30,000' was a figure that was hard to expect to be considered sacred. This is the ninth time we've set a record this year alone, and the 48th since the Trump administration took office," he continued.
He then left, saying, "I just wanted to congratulate the people of the administration who work very hard."
It is time for Trump's move on the outcome of the U.S. presidential election, which continued its war of words.