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Friday, 6 November 2020

US Election Knowledge: Find out what will happen if Trump refuses to leave the White House even after losing

US Election Knowledge: Find out what will happen if Trump refuses to leave the White House even after losing


Donald Trump walking to the Oval Office after a press-conference. Trump has repeatedly said during the election campaign that he would stay in the White House. No power transfer required (file image).



The picture of the results of the presidential election in America has not been entirely clear. Friday is the third day of counting. Biden has won 253 and Trump 214 electoral votes. The results of the four states are pending, for which the question of 'who will become president' will have to wait a while to get a proper answer.

In the midst of all this, a question is running through people's minds, and that's because Trump himself has hinted at this, and the situation is hinting at it. The question is, what if Trump loses and he refuses to leave the White House?

The tradition has come ... In
America, the new president is always sworn in on January 20, which is called Innovation Day. Just a few days before this, the president (or candidate) who has lost or completed two terms leaves the White House, vacating. The White House is decorated according to the winning candidate.

Find out Biden's answer first According to the
New York Post, Biden was asked in June if Trump refused to leave the White House after the defeat. "Yes, this could happen, but if it does, the military will forcibly evict them," he said. According to Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milena, we never want the military to be used to settle election matters. If so, the court and the USA Congress will resolve it. What is the role of the Army in this?




This has never happened before
, according to the report, never in the political history of the United States when a losing president has refused to leave the White House. This time, Trump's character and statements are being mixed. That is why some apprehensions are needed. Trump has said many times - there will be no need for a transfer of power or a transfer of power, I will stay in the White House. This is now being seen as a threat. Secondly, it is a legal matter. This may take some time. The matter could reach the Supreme Court.

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