The election of United States brought a great change in the life of ex-president Donald Trump. In this election people chose Joe Biden as their president and after listening to this Trump was not ready to accept his defeat, he kept blabbering and shouting and completely refused to accept his defeat, he even said that there must be some fault in the counting or voting process, his frustration of losing the election can clearly be seen. Trump with absent mind also posted that he won the election. More prominent Republicans joined the call on Monday for President Donald Trump to end efforts to overturn his election defeat and allow President-elect Joe Biden to begin the transition to a new administration.

After 20 days of election most members of Trump’s party still refused to refer Joe Biden as elected president. And without evidence Trump and his members were insisting that he lost election because of fraud. Trump’s legal team has suffered a string of judicial defeats in its bid to prevent states from certifying Biden as the presidential election winner, and the legal experts say the remaining cases do not give Trump a viable path to overturning the election results. Republican Senator Shelly Moore Capito, who represents West Virginia, which overwhelmingly backed Trump, issued a statement saying there was no indication that any election irregularities were widespread enough to call Biden’s victory into question. Republican Senator Rob Portman – co-chairman of Trump’s campaign in Ohio who rarely breaks with party leaders – said there was no evidence of widespread election fraud and called for the transition to begin. Senator Lamar Alexander, who is retiring from his Tennessee Senate seat at the end of the year, called on Trump to “put the country first and have a prompt and orderly transition to help the new administration succeed.”

In an issued statement after Michigan certified its election results in a blow to Trump’s efforts to overturn the election, Alexander said, “When you are in public life, people remember the last thing you do.”

Calls for Trump to accept defeat have been stronger outside Washington, even from some of his staunchest supporters, including former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who called Trump’s behavior “a national embarrassment” in an interview on ABC. And more than 100 former Republican national security officials published a letter on Monday asking that party leaders denounce Trump’s refusal to accept his defeat, calling it a dangerous assault on democracy and national security.

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Aadya Rani