Navarro said: “Before we do this, our assumption is Trump’s second term.” “I think any current speculation about what Joe Biden might do is unfounded.”
Navarro’s comments are in response to the question of whether the upcoming Biden administration will overturn an executive order signed by Trump on Thursday. An executive order signed by Trump on Thursday prohibits Americans from investing in a group of Chinese companies that the White House has said have links to the People’s Liberation Army.
Navarro also amplified Trump’s attack on the integrity of the democratic process because as more votes increased, the president̵
Speaking of the legal counting process, the White House trade adviser said: “In a sense, we seem to be a perfect scam.”
Since Election Day, the president has largely been out of public view, except for a glimpse of Trump from a golf trip to his private Virginia club last weekend. He briefly attended the Veterans Day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery on Wednesday, but did not speak at the event.
In addition to frequently tweeting news, the last time the president addressed the public at a White House press conference on Thursday, he did not raise any questions, repeating attacks on the American election system and unfounded accusations of voter fraud.
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany did not give a timetable for when the presidential election will appear publicly on Thursday, but said that the country will “receive a letter from him in due course.”
Trump’s defeat may eclipse the Republican Party’s otherwise strong election day performance, forcing the Republican Party to distort itself to rationalize the level of why it won the ballot, while allowing Trump and others to claim that the presidential election did not.
There are signs that some parties are ready to move on. Conservative giant Sheldon Adelson’s “Las Vegas Review-Journal” editorial page urges Trump to abandon conspiracy theories and begin to worship when legal challenges come. Teng’s transitional cooperation. Some Republican senators asked the White House to introduce information to Biden and his team.