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US Election: Trump Concedes Defeats, Promise Orderly Transition




America’s President, Donald Trump has finally conceded defeat to President-elect, Joe Biden.

Trump conceded defeat to Biden on Thursday, January 7, promising an orderly transition of power on January 20.

He stated this in a statement he released after Biden was officially certified as the next president of the United States.

However, Trump maintained that he “totally disagrees with the outcome of the election”, adding that he will pursue justice even after leaving office.

The disclosure was made by Dan Scavino, White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications and Director of Social Media, in a tweet.

Trump lost the November 3 presidential election to Biden, a situation that has generated a violent reaction from the incumbent president’s camp.

The Capitol which is the US congress seat was on Wednesday, January 6, attacked by supporters of President Trump leading to the death of four people with multiple injuries recorded on both law enforcement officers and protesters.

The Senate was about to certify Biden of the Democratic Party’s win in the November 3 presidential polls when the seat of the congress was breached by the pro-Trump supporters, leading to the evacuation of the lawmakers.”

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