There is a tradition among policymakers no matter which country they serve. Taking office in a government, they blame their predecessors for any troubles. President-elect Joe Biden is no exception. Even before being inaugurated as the US President, Mr. Biden launched blistering attacks on Donald Trump. One of the most severe claims from Biden is that Donald Trump neglects his presidential commitments. “I don't know why he still wants the job, he doesn't want to do the work,” Joe Biden slammed his bitter rival at a rally with Democratic supporters in Atlanta, Georgia. From Biden’s viewpoint, the only matter which Donald Trump copes well with is pushing ahead with complaints about fraud with vote counting.To be honest, the incumbent President has an excuse for his outrage. With Donald Trump at the helm of the White House, the Republican Party lost the majority in Congress. Besides, Republicans failed to maintain the right to vote on Biden’s legislative agenda and the right to appoint top officials and federal justices. All in all, Republicans have not suffered such a heavy defeat for long as they have lost control in all three branches of power: legislative, executive, and judicial. All Trump’s attempts to overturn the results of the 2020 election have been in vain. Eventually, in early January, Congress confirmed the votes of the Electoral College and declared Joe Biden the 46th US President.
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Donald Trump: from triumph to disgrace
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