If refused to relinquish power, Donald Trump will thus be removed from the White House

If refused to relinquish power, Donald Trump will thus be removed from the White House
The results of the presidential election in America are closely watched by the world. With the advance of power in states such as Georgia and Pennsylvania, Donald Trump has expressed that he will not give up easily and may be reluctant to relinquish power. In such a situation, work has also started on Plan B to get him out of the White House. Joe Biden's team warned on Friday that even after Trump's defeat in the election, if Trump refused to leave the Rashtrapati Bhavan, security personnel could drive him out.

Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden has come very close to the majority. They also have an edge in states such as Georgia and Pennsylvania. With this, Trump's dream of becoming President of America for the second consecutive time seems to be shattered. However, he has made it clear that he is not ready to give up. He is alleging manipulation of votes. He says that if the illegal votes were not counted, he would have easily won the election.

Andrew Bates, spokesman for the Biden campaign, said, "As we said on July 19, the American people will decide this election and the United States government is fully capable of taking out the encroachers from the White House." In an interview with Fox News, Trump had refused to accept the result and transfer of power if he lost. Thousands of votes are still counted, most of which are in areas dominated by the Democratic Party. In Pennsylvania, Biden leads by 9,000 votes.

Pennsylvania and its 20 electoral votes are enough to push 77-year-old Biden to a magical figure of 270 votes at Electoral College. Biden also has an end in Georgia. However, the count is announced here again. Biden did not respond on Friday. However, on Thursday he was expected to be declared the winner. The Washington Post reported on Friday that the US Secret Service had increased security for the former vice president, leaving Biden very close to victory.

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