Top Trump aide Kayle McKenney edges out on Friday President TrumpDonald John Trumpden has spoken with some GOP senators, with the chief of staff saying Trump told advisers they could announce a 2024 bid soon after Biden won certification: US COVID-19 pandemic surge Cancel the Ivy League Winter Games. Will participate in presidential election Joe BidenJoe Bidenbaden has spoken with some GOP senators, with the chief of staff saying Trump told advisers that they could announce a 2024 bid soon after Biden won certification: The GOP’s report of Obama upsetting election results Attempting to suspect: ‘This is a dangerous path’Trump’s plan, says the inauguration, is to “attend his own inauguration.”
McKenney, The White House press secretary appeared for an interview on Fox Business as a senior adviser to Trump’s campaign and Asked if Trump would definitely attend Biden’s inauguration.
“President Trump believes he will be President Trump, a second term,” McKenney said, “litigation is the first step” and there were “many steps” until inauguration day in January.
Fox Business host Stuart Varney said it would “look awful” if Trump did not attend the nomination of his successor.
“I think the president will attend his inauguration,” McInnney replied. “They really have to be there.”
WH Sec Sec Kayleigh McEnany, appearing on Fox Business as a Trump campaign adviser, whether Trump will attend the presidential-election Biden opening ceremony:
“I think the president will attend his inauguration.”pic.twitter.com/uHTDneIiXx
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Biden was projected to win the presidential race on Saturday after extending his leadership over Trump in several battlegrounds, though the president declined and his campaign posed legal challenges. States including Michigan, Pennsylvania and Georgia.
The Trump campaign’s bid to block vote certification in Michigan was rejected on Friday, and a number of votes are currently underway in Georgia.
Trump’s refusal caused issues for Biden’s transition. Emily Murphy, who oversees the General Services Administration, has blocked access to federal money for salaries and traveled by announcing Biden was accepted as president-elect.
And the Office of the Director of National Intelligence has not negotiated with the Biden campaign, meaning they are not getting access to the President’s intelligence briefing. Since this week several GOP senators have asked Biden to use them for such briefings.