While Trump still does not accept the results of the 2020 election, there have been reports of moves by the White House National Security Adviser to easily hand over power to Joe Biden.

Iran PressAmerica:  James Rosen, a reporter for the Sinclair Media Group and a former Fox News correspondent, tweeted: While President Trump remains hunkered down at the White House, defiantly refusing to concede that he lost the election held more than two weeks ago, senior staff at the National Security Council, including national security advisor Robert C. O'Brien, have begun quietly preparing for a transition to President-elect Joe Biden and his team, a well-placed source told Sinclair.

The news of the quiet transfer of power in the White House comes as O'Brien admitted on Monday that if the Democratic nominee Joe Biden is officially declared the winner of the 2020 US presidential election, the transfer of power from the White House and National Security Council would be professionally conducted. 

Despite the fact that about two weeks have passed since the US presidential election and Joe Biden has been elected President of the United States with 306 electoral votes, but Trump still refuses to accept his defeat, still claiming on Twitter that he has won the election.

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