President-elect Joe Biden described Donald Trump as one of the most irresponsible President in American history," calling the struggles of the incumbent president "incredibly damaging" to the outcome of the November election.
During a press conference, President-elect Joe Biden had lashed out at Trump. And labeled him as the most irresponsible president in American history. He further said that it's hard to understand how Donald Trump thinks. The President-elect made these remarks after Trump had invited lawmakers to Michigan to the White House on Friday to mount an effort to subvert the 2020 election results.
Trump has however, so far declined to recognise this outcome, and has repeatedly made unsupported accusations of voting irregularities.
As reported by CNN, during a press conference, Biden criticized Trump's actions, saying that Americans are "witnessing incredible irresponsibility."
He also went so far as to say that his predecessor "will go down in history as one of the most irresponsible presidents," expressing disbelief in the way he behaved during the election outcome.
The president-elect went on to assert that, an ‘incredibly damaging message is being sent to the rest of the world about how democracy functions’, adding:
It’s hard to fathom how this man thinks. It’s hard to fathom. It’s just outrageous, what he’s doing.
During a virtual meeting with governors from the Republican and Democratic parties, President-elect Biden talked on concerns such as a nation-wide mask mandate and efforts to administer a vaccine, as well as the need to support financially troubled nations.
This meeting is said to be part of the continuing attempt by the president-elect to get around the reluctance of the Trump administration to let his transition team have access to federal agencies and their plans.
These departments include those managing the pandemic response to the coronavirus, and President-elect Biden has previously shared how catastrophic the results would be if the Trump administration continues to collaborate on this front with his staff.
Biden cautioned on Monday, November 16, that if Trump tries to block him from obtaining vaccine delivery plans and pandemic data,' more people can die.'
Blocked from details that would normally be made available to the president-elect, this week, Biden's staff worked closely with pharmaceutical suppliers, hashing out the best way to deliver at least two coronavirus vaccines around the country, according to the Associated Press.
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