Joe Biden said Tuesday that it was "an embarrassment" that President Donald Trump had not yet given him the election.
Biden slams Trump for not admitting
"I just think it's an embarrassment, frankly," Biden said when asked about Trump's refusal to admit. "The only thing – how can I tactfully say this – I think it won't help the president's legacy."
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President-elect Biden over President Trump does not admit:
"I just think it's an embarrassment, frankly … At the end of the day, you know, everything will bear fruit on January 20th." pic.twitter.com/65wro0neIf
– MSNBC (@MSNBC) November 10, 2020
Biden claims Republicans are "intimidated" by Trump
Since various media outlets declared Biden the winner over the weekend, many Republicans have refused to congratulate the Democrat as the winner, and Trump is preparing to fight this in court. Biden claimed today that these Republican lawmakers are only intimidated by Trump and, of course, have no evidence to back it up.
"I think the entire Republican Party, with a few notable exceptions, has been enabled to be easily intimidated by the sitting president," he said.
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Biden added that he plans to continue the transition process, whether or not Trump concedes, and said he was "confident that the fact that they are unwilling to acknowledge that we have won at this point is for us planning and what we can do by January 20th is not very important, ”said The Hill.
Biden also confessed that he has not yet spoken to the Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) added that he hoped so "in the not too distant future".
Biden begins speaking to foreign executives
The Democrat spoke to various foreign leaders on Tuesday, including French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. When asked about those phone calls, Biden said the leaders he spoke to "are confident that the democratic institutions of the United States will once again be seen as strong and durable".
He also expressed his belief that the American people will eventually accept him as a winner.
"I think at the end of the day it will all bear fruit on January 20th," said Biden. "And until then, the hope and expectation is that the American people will know and understand that there has been a transition."
This piece was written by James Samson on November 10th, 2020. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used with permission.
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