Trump admits he no longer has a 2nd term; ‘Peaceful transfer of power’ assured Biden

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Outgoing US President Donald Trump urged the American people to end the violence at the US Capitol and call for a reconciliation.

In his message released, he admitted in public that he would no longer serve a second term.

He also congratulated President-elect Joe Biden and acknowledged the transfer of his power to the newly elected president of the United States.

He said he is now focused on the smooth transfer of power that will take place on January 20.

He also congratulated President-elect Joe Biden and acknowledged the transfer of his power to the newly elected president of the United States.

He said he is now focused on the smooth transfer of power that will take place on January 20.

“A new administration will be inaugurated on January 20,” Trump said in a taped video of the White House. “My focus now turns to ensuring a smooth, orderly and seamless transition of power.”

Trump’s recognition of his defeat comes two months after the November election.

He did the same as the call for his removal from office or a new impeachment promoted by Democrats is growing.

It also extended its condemnation of the violent attacks by the rallyists on the US Capitol that shocked the whole world.

“And to all of my wonderful supporters, I know you are disappointed. But I also want you to know that our incredible journey is only just beginning. ”

For now, Trump is inviting the people of the United States to move on with the said incident.

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