US elected President Joe Biden said Tuesday that not accepting Donald Trump’s defeat is an embarrassment and would damage the president’s legacy. Biden challenged that no power can stop the transfer of power and he has started talking to world leaders. Let us tell you that the Trump campaign has filed several lawsuits to challenge the results in the contested province.
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In Delaware, Biden said, ‘I think it’s embarrassing. This will damage the President’s legacy. However by 20 January (the day of the swearing-in ceremony), everything will be fine. The biggest hope is that the American people feel that change has happened. ‘
Biden said – we will remove America from bitter politics
He added, “He understands the sense of loss of the people who voted for Trump, because most of them wanted to unite the country.” Biden said, ‘I think they understand that we have to come together. I think they are ready to unite and I believe that we can get this country out of the bitter politics that we have seen in the last four-five years. ‘
The Trump administration removed Bharatvanshi Neil Chatterjee from the post of political appointee
After the presidential election in the US, the Trump administration removed the head of the federal energy regulator, Bharatvanshi Neil Chatterjee. Chatterjee says he has been demoted to support clean energy. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) announced on November 5 that President Donald Trump had appointed James Dunley to replace Chatterjee, the agency’s chairman. Dunley recently opposed FERC’s order supporting clean energy after he became commissioner of the commission in March.
Trump had removed Defense Minister Mark Asper
Chatterjee, who was removed from the post of political appointee after the presidential election on November 3, is a high-ranking official. Trump also removed Defense Minister Mark Asper on Monday. FERC is responsible for overseeing the electricity market and ensuring fair rates, approving applications for infrastructure projects and roles in the cyber security and defense sectors.