CNN quoted sources as saying that President Donald Trump could not bear the results of the electoral college, and he was in a tantrum and told his advisers again that he would refuse to leave the White House on the day of the inauguration.
Six weeks have passed since the US announced its results, which confirmed Trump’s loss, and then the Electoral College officially confirmed the results this week, during which time Trump filed a large number of lawsuits to cancel the election result and continued his statements on Twitter saying that the elections were rigged in an attempt to stay in office.
Reportedly, Trump came close to accepting his loss last month but backed down at the instigation of advisers such as Rudy Giuliani and Gina Ellis.
And the CNN report, citing sources inside the White House, continued that in the end, Trump would leave after announcing the inauguration of Joe Biden on January 20, but it was not easy for him to accept the result, as soon as the results were announced, he suffered a severe tantrum and pronounced a slanderous speech and told many advisers that he would refuse to leave White House.
Trump is now said to be spending his days contemplating losing the election and planning ways to contest and retaliate against the Republicans he believes have turned against him, as well as Fox News hosts, members of Congress and cabinet members.
About the president, one of Trump’s advisers said: He got so much misinformation that he believed the election was stolen from him.
And one insider also said: It’s getting crazy in the White House, there’s a lot of movement and instability.
Hours after the Electoral College announced Biden’s victory, Trump announced that Attorney General William Barr would leave his post, and his resignation came after it emerged that Barr worked to prevent the opening of a federal investigation into Hunter Biden’s finances before the election.
On Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell admitted that Biden was the president, about the Republicans’ concession.