- President Donald Trump seems to have ignored his duties and has been almost out of sight for the past week.
- Because he lost the election, he refused to recognize the president-elect Biden and was falsely accused of fraud.
- Trump has yet to address the growing COVID-19 outbreak and the concerns of other countries.
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With the results of the presidential election, President Donald Trump seems to be neglecting his responsibilities in power. He has spent a lot of false accusations of election fraud in the past week, and then once the winner is predicted, he refuses to recognize the president-elect Biden.
On Wednesday, Trump visited Arlington National Cemetery and attended the Veterans Day ceremony. According to CNN, this was his first appearance in six days and he did not speak at the event.
White House Deputy Press Secretary Judd Deere told CNN that Trump is “performing all his duties.”
Deere said: “As he promised, President Trump is fighting for free and fair elections, while fulfilling all his duties to put the United States first.”
CNN pointed out that the last intelligence conference on Trump’s public schedule was on October 2, the morning after he tested positive for the coronavirus. Although the public agenda does not have all the president’s meetings and activities, it has been relatively blank in the past few days.
Because Trump has been away from public view, the United States has been recording new COVID-19 cases as officials across the United States try to figure out how to stop the rapid spread of the virus. On Tuesday, nearly 131,000 new cases were recorded, and the hospitalization rate also hit a record high.
Public health experts say this may be the “most deadly wave”, but Trump has yet to resolve more and more cases. However, the President did not post any allegations on Twitter, alleging that Pfizer deliberately waited until the US election was announced before the US election was announced.
He did not provide any evidence to support this claim. A Pfizer spokesperson told Business Insider that time has nothing to do with the election.
According to the American Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), although Trump remained silent during the pandemic, Biden addressed the country in a total of more than 10 million cases.
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Biden said: “If everyone wears only masks in the next few months, we can save thousands of lives. It is not the lives of Democrats or Republicans, but the lives of Americans.” “Please, me. Please, put on a mask.”
Not just the outbreak, but other issues that are vital to Trump’s platform are also ignored
On Tuesday, TikTok revealed that it has been several weeks since their conversation with the Trump administration. The company filed a petition with the court before the November 12 deadline, asking them to withdraw funds after they failed to reach an agreement to engage in meaningful dialogue with Trump administrators.
Trump has abandoned the platform, which is owned by ByteDance, a company based in China for national security reasons.
The Trump administration also avoided participating in negotiations on the COVID-19 stimulus bill. After the first round of financial aid expired this summer, Democrats and Republicans, including the White House, spent months trying to reach an agreement on the package.
CNN reported that the president went to the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia, to play golf over the weekend.
Trump is keen on his re-election loss, which put the country in a deadlock without proper governance.
He refused to recognize Biden as the winner of the general election, which prevented Biden’s transition team from using the necessary tools to prepare for his inauguration in January.