Donald Trump, who still does not admit that he lost in the U.S. primary elections, was considering refusing to leave the White House on consecration day in January next year, according to reports.
Mr Trump has told some of his councilors he will not leave the White House when Joe Biden takes the oath of office on January 20. These claims shock some of his supporters, but believe he will not follow through on his plan.
An adviser said: “He’s throwing a tantrum temper af ******. He’s going to leave. He’s just missing out,” CNN said. Refusing to relinquish power in the country’s history is not a priority for the American head of state and has led experts to discuss possible answers in case such a thing happens.
Some of his advisers have been trying to get the president to start thinking about his plans for a possible 2024 run for the presidency – a possibility that Mr. Trump has have been several times over the past few weeks.
On Dec. 14, the election college confirmed Democrat Joe Biden’s victory with 306 votes compared to 232 for Mr. Trump. The impact came after a series of failed legal challenges across the U.S. where the Trump campaign was unable to substantiate its claims for voter fraud.
A once-close relationship breakdown is certainly angered Mr. Trump who continues voter fraud conspiracy theories. “Mitch, 75,000,000 votes, record for President President (by many). Too early to ignore. The Republican Party must finally learn to fight. People are angry! “Mr. Trump tweeted.
Mr. Biden had also asked Mr. Trump to accept his clear influence after the election college vote but so far he has failed to cut ice.
Mr Trump said on Wednesday: “Perhaps the biggest difference is between 2016 and 2020 [Fox News], despite the fact that I went from 63,000,000 votes to 75,000,000 Votes, a maximum increase of 12,000,000 Votes. Obama went down 3,000,000 votes, and won. Hard choice !!! “