I want to make it amply clear that I am pretty different from what I would deem to be correct. I’d also not spoil precious time in the witticism that incumbent President Donald President rightfully possessed a limit of about two months before saying goodbye to the high office, colloquially contested for another term.
It feels like all that what comes to our mind commonly. It also appears like what we were attending to was simply contentious arguments and assertions unnecessarily. If he was not ready to accept the vote figures, it was his utter recalcitrance. I think the last time when we discussed Trump was not even planned for attaining anything substantial in particular, yet it was supposed to be so.
It was not only about his grand presence at a special political programme in our country which he did not questionably secure. It was also obviously linked with his political cause at that time. Presently, we need to move on a little harder approach as his heyday of White House remains on the cusp of culmination owing to his massive electoral defeat. So there is no need to look under the table or moan painfully. Uncle Donald should develop a temperament nearer to the setback and rather connect himself with the tradition of inserting the formal quill back into the shining blue ink bottle.
Unconditionally, he has been declared partially worthless by his great country’s voters and supporters. It is surely no flagrant violation. It implies the mood of the people. In a way, this election was like, pretty important, can’t he just leave the quite historic White House? He has so far not conceded the US election to President-elect Joe Biden, a little older than him in the matter of the individual’s age.
It has been reported that he had vowed to challenge the ballots to result in the American court of justice. In the many weeks, before Mr Biden takes office on January 20, 2021, he is still authorised to make opinions and decisions by his authoritative will. One has come with the removal of Mark Jasper, from the office of defence secretary that he carried.
Any analysis of his political weakness in the year 2020 also has to recognise his political strength. However, he was defeated, as political experts endorse, becoming one of only four incumbents in the modern era not to get another four years.
Also, he has become the first US president to miss the popular vote in successive elections. This analysis tells of his popularity unfavourably. He collected more than 70 million votes, the second-highest total in the long American history. Nationally, he has more than a 47% share of his vote and looks to have won 24 states, including his beloved states like Florida and Texas.