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Trump accepts that Biden will be president, promises “orderly transition”

With President Trump banned from Twitter, White House Deputy Chief of Staff Dan Savino was forces to post this tweet.

He and other Republicans must continue to review the extent of the cheating that occurred on Election Day.

https://twitter.com/DanScavino/status/1347103016311259136

3 thoughts on “Trump accepts that Biden will be president, promises “orderly transition””

  1. God bless and keep him and his family. He may be the last courageous man in Washington.

    Pence showed that for all of his virtue, he’s just an administrator, not a leader. He’s indecisive, unable to do anything outside the status quo. I guess it is good to know that now, for he would be a bad president.

    Ted Cruz and other quislings refused to lodge the objections they promised, thus preventing any objection to vote fraud from being entered into the Congressional Record. The GOP has no more relevance to the rule of law, or to America. I won’t vote for anyone flying that banner again, unless it is President Trump or one of his children.

  2. “With President Trump banned from Twitter, White House Deputy Chief of Staff Dan Savino was forces to post this tweet.“

    That paragraph made me laugh. It makes me think Trump is sitting in a corner in timeout.

    Agree that Trumpism is alive and well. Unfortunately, historians, despite all his accomplishments in a short period, will grade him below king Obama because they’ll blame him for the incidents yesterday. Though we smart people here in fly over country know better!

    I think he should have been more careful and concerned about the senate seats in Georgia though you can beat a cheating system!

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