In a tweet posted on Monday, Donald Trump gave the green light to the process of transitioning to the Biden administration, which will officially replace him on January 20.

However, the current President of the United States is not abandoning the remedies to challenge his defeat.

Donald Trump announced Monday evening that he was allowing the opening of the process of transition to a Biden administration, more than two weeks after the announcement of the victory of the Democrat whose team hailed a step allowing "a peaceful transfer of power ". 

Trump promises a "just fight"

The outgoing Republican president refrained from directly recognizing the victory of Joe Biden by promising to continue a "just fight" while he multiplies the legal remedies, without success, to try to demonstrate fraud during the ballot on November 3 .

"Nonetheless, in the best interest of our country, I recommend" that the government agency in charge of the transfer of power do "what is necessary regarding the protocols, and I have asked my team to do the same", a- he tweeted. 

"Smooth" transition

This decision provides "the next administration with the resources and support necessary to implement a peaceful and smooth transfer of power," said Joe Biden's team leader Yohannes Abraham in a statement.