I will vacate the White House if Biden’s victory is confirmed: Trump

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I will vacate the White House if Biden’s victory is confirmed: Trump

President Trump has said he will leave the White House if Biden’s victory in the election is confirmed.

President Donald Trump has finally found a way to concede defeat, saying he would step down if the Electoral College confirmed Biden’s victory, but that would be a big mistake.

President Trump reiterated that the election was a fraud and that he would continue to take legal action and that defeat would not be easy.

Asked about Joe Biden’s swearing-in, Donald Trump declined to comment, saying he knew the answer.

It should be noted that in the presidential election to be held on November 3, Joe Biden has an invincible lead over President Trump, Joe Biden has 306 electoral votes while Trump has 232 electoral votes.

All electors will convene in their respective states on December 14 to elect a president and vice president.

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