Chinanews, December 16th, a comprehensive report, after the U.S. Electoral College voted to confirm the election results, on the 15th, the U.S. Senate Majority Leader and Republican McConnell gave a speech for the first time publicly admitting that Biden won the election.

On the same day, the US Presidential Inaugural Committee announced that President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Harris will be sworn in on the west side of the Capitol on January 20, 2021.

On December 14, local time, the U.S. Electoral College officially confirmed that after Biden defeated Trump in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, U.S. President-elect Biden delivered a televised speech at the Transitional Headquarters of the Queen Theater in Wilmington, Delaware.

McConnell admits that Biden won the election

Pompeo will meet Brinken

  On December 15th, US Senate Majority Leader McConnell stated that although many people had hoped for a different result, the electors have formally voted and the presidential election results have been produced.

  He congratulated Biden and Harris, saying that Biden was "committed to public service for many years" and Harris was "the first female vice president to be proud of all Americans."

  Biden also said that he had spoken with McConnell and the two agreed to meet as soon as possible.

Biden told reporters, "Although we disagree on many things, there are some things we can cooperate. We agreed to meet as soon as possible."

  In addition, US Secretary of State Pompeo plans to meet with Blincol, the secretary of state nominated by Biden, this week.

This may be the first cabinet-level handover between the outgoing Trump administration and the national security team of the new Biden administration.

  According to sources, Pompeo and Brinken temporarily arranged to meet at the State Department on the 17th.

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The scale of the inauguration will be reduced

Whether Trump will participate is still unknown

  According to reports, the US Presidential Inaugural Committee stated that Biden and Harris will be sworn in on the west side of the Capitol on January 20, 2021.

Biden will deliver an inaugural speech, expounding his vision of fighting the epidemic, rebuilding and uniting the country.

  The committee stated that the scale of the ceremony will be limited, and the inaugural procession after the ceremony will be different from before.

The committee urged Americans not to go to Washington to participate in celebrations, but to participate in virtual forms.

  At present, the number of confirmed cases of the new crown in the United States has exceeded 16.65 million, and the cumulative number of deaths has exceeded 300,000.

David Kessler, the committee’s chief medical adviser, said, “We require Americans to watch the inauguration at home to protect themselves, their families, friends and communities.”

  The presidential inauguration usually invites hundreds of dignitaries to attend, and at least hundreds of thousands of spectators flock to the National Mall to witness the ceremony.

  The current US President Trump has so far refused to admit that he failed in the election, and refused to disclose whether he will attend Biden's inauguration.

  On the day the electors voted, Trump posted on social media that "the US election was manipulated."

As Trump had frequently questioned the fairness of the election, some electors also gathered outside the voting venue on December 14. The Michigan State Capitol was temporarily closed due to "received bomb threat calls."