It’s not over yet: Trump refused to admit defeat in the election

The incumbent U.S. President Donald Trump after the electoral college vote does not intend to publicly concede defeat in the election of the head of state. This was reported by CNN on Tuesday, December 15, citing a source close to the White House.

“President Trump is not moving to publicly acknowledge the election results, despite the historic electoral college meeting,” the network said in a report.

The electoral college on Monday, Dec. 14, approved the results of the vote. There were 306 electors in favor of the Democrat and 232 in favor of the Republican. The candidate must receive 270 votes to become president of the United States.

Recall, on January 6, 2021, Congress will meet to count the electoral votes. Vice President Pence presides over this committee.

Also, Texas voters voted for a resolution calling for Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin to appoint new voters.