Donald Trump has claimed he will return once again, after defeating Democratic candidate Joe Biden in the US presidential election on November 3. Trump himself openly offered his candidacy for the presidential election to be held in 2024, telling his supporters during a Christmas party at the White House. However, he did not accept his defeat.
Trump told guests during a Christmas party that four years were unmatched. We are trying to do four more years, otherwise we will meet again after four years. Republican leaders from the Republican Party attended the event. However, this news came out after the video of Trump’s speech became public due to media entry being restricted. Explain that Trump has still not accepted his defeat in the election. Trump said they are ready to accept any election result, but it has to be accurate. Trump has sought legal help challenging the election results, while his case has been dismissed in several courts. He said that if I lose the election then I have no objection, but these results should be right and fair.
Two different factions of his own party are putting pressure on newly elected President Joe Biden to choose the upcoming defense minister. One section says that an African-American should be elected to this post, while another faction wants a woman to be selected for the post for the first time. Meanwhile, some progressive groups are opposing female contender Michelle Florney because of her old record. J Johnson, who was the head of the Ministry of Home Affairs, is also a contender for the post. Nearly 100 Democrat members in the lower house belong to the Progressive Caucus, so their support and trust for Biden is very important.
His successor, Joe Biden, is trying to return to traditional dialogue with the Americans amid allegations by President Trump of spreading false information from the White House for the last four years. In view of this, he has nominated former State Department spokesperson Jane Saki for the post of White House Press Secretary. The communication team of his administration will have all women.