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No mea culpa for all the bad blood, but Trump has bowed to public pressure | US News | Sky News

No mea culpa for all the bad blood, but Trump has bowed to public pressure

Donald Trump’s fate was sealed by mounting legal defeats and the insurmountable margins, not the controversial advocates.

By Cordelia Lynch, US correspondent

Tuesday 24 November 2020 07:48, UK

U.S. President Donald Trump gives thumbs up to supporters from this motorcade after he golfed at Trump National Golf Club on November 22, 2020 in Sterling, Virginia. The previous day President Donald Trump left the G20 summit virtual event “Pandemic Preparedness” to visit one of his golf clubs as the virus has now killed more than 250,000 Americans
Image:US President Donald Trump has been golfing while the election aftermath played out
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After weeks of crying fraud and refusing to capitulate, Donald Trump got as close as we’ll probably ever see to a concession.

He has effectively surrendered his protest of election results by submitting to the Biden transition. In the end, he bowed to public pressure.

It wasn’t, of course, some magnanimous throwing in of the towel, a mea culpa for all the bad blood. It was never going to be that. But the writing was on the wall. He knows it. Increasingly, even the loyalists know it…increasingly.

Perhaps the starkest, most sobering assessment of the political possibility of him snatching victory from the jaws of defeat, came from his once much-beloved Fox News.

The anchor, Laura Ingraham, a great supporter of Mr Trump, told her audience: “Joe Biden will be inaugurated on January 20th… To say this constitutes living in reality. If I told you there was an excellent, phenomenal chance that (the Supreme Court) will step in and deliver a victory to President Trump, I’d be lying to you.”

(not that the press has ever lied before ll)

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Whatever the president’s public pronouncements about continuing a legal fight, he seems to know the writing is on the wall. And the timing gives us a good indication of that.

He chose to publicly declare he would co-operate with Mr Biden’s team on the same day Michigan became the latest state to certify its results.

And the Supreme Court in Pennsylvania has rejected the latest manoeuvre from the Trump legal team.

Over the weekend, there was clearly trouble brewing in Mr Trump’s conspiracy-laden legal team.

They distanced themselves from Sidney Powell, who took part in their press conference days before and accused China, Venezuela, and Mr Biden of being part of a international plot to steal the election.

Ms Powell was too much, it appeared, even for Rudy Giuliani and Mr Trump. But in the end, it was the mounting legal defeats, the insurmountable margins, not the controversial advocates that sealed Mr Trump’s fate.

By continuing to subvert the vote and delay the handover, Mr Trump risked becoming isolated within his own party as more and more Republicans recognised Mr Biden as president-elect. Yes, he’ll keep fighting some legal battles but to what end?

Now Mr Trump has set in motion a peaceful transfer of power, paving the way for Mr Biden to tap public funds, receive security briefings and gain access to federal agencies.

It is a bit of perfunctory normalcy after weeks, indeed years, of the unorthodox. But fraud may well remain forever on Mr Trump’s lips and on those of many of his supporters. He has sowed the seeds of scepticism and the tree of doubt will take years to uproot.

Mr Trump won’t make this easy. It won’t be a seamless passing of the baton. It will likely be ugly till the end with plenty of bumps along the road for Mr Biden’s team to navigate.

They won’t get unfettered access or help. This wasn’t an outright concession. It’s not a red carpet. It’s not an end to the war. It’s just a little acknowledgement of the inevitable.”

and in yesterdays news…

The USA voting system has been beset with fraud problems for decades. Even when JFK was elected, there were boxes of dubious votes found after the election. Yet we are to believe that “not one vote” was fraudulent? Micheal Steel , besides sounding unconvincing, blinks at the wrong time (imho). Steve Bannon describes him as “the creature from the back lagoon” i.e. a creature from the deepest part of the DC swamp. He is a PR guy only, and he is not employed by Dominion. He is a partner of Hamilton Place. A surprisingly weak defence of a important aspect of the USA election. Think not?

OK, This is the other side of the coin. A review of voter fraud from just one district.

Explosive: New Data From Rigorous Statistical Analysis Points to Voter Fraud in Montgomery County, PA – Revolver

I guess this election is still going to be contested for a while. If the USA voters honestly voted for Biden, so be it. It needs a little more examination though imho.

Praying Medics “theory” got retweeted by Sidney Powell.

Starts five mins in at the link here.

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