What if Trump refused to leave the White House?

November 08, 2020
Biden announced that he had received more than 74 million votes, in the largest tally of votes for any American president in American history, which puts him close to winning the presidency. Biden announced that he had received more than 74 million votes, in the largest tally of votes for any American president in American history, which puts him close to winning the presidency. Photo source: - Compilation of news visibility from Google

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Vision Egypt News: - The clamor associated with the US elections may not end after the official announcement that one of the candidates had won to enter the White House, and while American media announced that Joe Biden had won, the official announcement would be after consideration of the appeals filed by Donald Trump had ended.

Faced with Donald Trump's refusal to acknowledge the results of the vote, the question began to impose itself, about how to deal with the outgoing US president if he refuses to leave the White House?

Joe Biden's campaign said that Donald Trump might be taken by force outside the White House. "As we said on July 19, the American people will decide the outcome of this election," a campaign spokesman said in a statement.

He added, "The United States government is fully capable of escorting those trespassing on someone else's property out of the White House."

According to "Newsweek" "" The 20th Amendment to the American Constitution states that Trump or any other president loses his term on January 20 at noon, and if he tries to stay after that, the same guard that was tasked with protecting The person with the highest office in the country, he should be fired.

"Newsweek" quoted a former official involved in the transfer of power between former President Barack Obama and Trump, as saying: "Secret Service personnel will accompany him (outside the White House), and they will treat him like any old man wandering through the property."

"Newsweek" indicated that there are many hypothetical scenarios for what might happen in the future, adding that "although Trump has a narrow path to victory in the electoral college, he has never said or indicated that he will continue to occupy the White House after the legal challenges have been exhausted." .

The magazine explained that "this is what happens when the current president does not stand and pass the stick to his successor," stressing that "there is no precedent for this in the United States, and there is no imminent threat that this will happen in January 2021, but there is a plan in place in the event of preventing the transfer of power." .

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