Prominent members of the United States Republican Party said on Sunday that the transition to the presidency of Joe Biden appears inevitable, at a time when President Donald Trump has questioned whether the Supreme Court will consider any of the appeals his campaign pledged to continue to file.
Trump's comments came in a phone interview with "Fox News" as Republican Senator Roy Blunt, chair of the congressional opening committee, said he expected Democrat Biden to be sworn in as president on January 20.
" We are working with the Biden administration, which is the potential administration, on both the transition period and the inauguration as if we are moving forward, " Blunt, who is from Missouri, told CNN, although he did not reach the point of recognition. With Trump's loss in the November 3rd elections.
For his part, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson was one of the few Republicans to refer to Biden as "the president - elect. "
"The move is the serious deal. President Trump's words are not so significant, " Hutchinson disclosed to Fox News, adding that he comprehended the lawful purpose behind Trump's inability to concede rout.
Trump exploited his meeting with "Fox News" to rehash his assertions without proof of inescapable political decision misrepresentation, claims dismissed by numerous adjudicators, yet he communicated questions about whether the Supreme Court would consider any of the advances he said his group introduced.
Regarding those appeals, Trump said, " We have to move very quickly, " while refusing to offer a specific date by which he considers that his options have been exhausted. He added that he would continue to contest the election results, saying, "My opinion will not change within six months. "
Biden won the presidential elections with 306 votes in the electoral college, well over the 270 required, compared to 232 for Trump. Biden also leads Trump by more than 6 million votes in the popular vote.
Trump has so far would not surrender his destruction, while his mission and his lawful group have lost many claims because of the appointed authorities' unconvincedness that discretionary abnormalities happened in states including Michigan, Georgia, Arizona and Nevada, which on the whole comprise essential components in Biden's triumph.