US President Donald Trump has approved the transfer of power to Joe Biden.
The Chief General Services Administration has informed the newly elected President. Now the Joe Biden administration will be able to use government funds to form a government.
The transfer of power in the United States is the responsibility of the Federal Agency General Services Administration.
Trump has instructed the federal agency to do what it has to do. Our legal battle will continue. In key states, Trump and his allies have challenged the electoral process, but have been repeatedly ruled out in court.
Earlier, some Republican leaders suggested that Trump concede defeat.
Joe Biden will be sworn in on January 20. Following the swearing-in ceremony, incumbent President Donald Trump will vacate the White House for the new occupant.
Newly elected President Joe Biden has begun forming his cabinet before taking the oath of office. Joe Biden has named John Kerry the president’s special envoy for the environment.
John Kerry served as Secretary of State under former President Barack Obama. He was instrumental in the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran.
Joe Biden has named Anthony Blanken as secretary of state. He will replace current Foreign Secretary Mike Pompeo after the inauguration of the newly elected president.
Cuban-American Alejandro Mavericks has been nominated for internal security, Jack Sullivan for national security adviser, and Linda Thomas Greenfield, a black diplomat for US ambassador to the United Nations.