US President Donald Trump is responsible for officially proclaiming the election of President-elect Biden before the outcome of the presidential election is finalized in the federal parliament on the 6th. We are strengthening our unusual efforts to disapprove of the election results.
In response, Vice President Pence issued a statement that he did not have such authority, and the difference in position with the president has surfaced.
In the United States, a joint meeting of the Senate and Senate will be held on the 6th to approve the results of each state of the presidential election, and if approved, Vice President Mike Pence, who also serves as the chairman of the Senate, will be the Democratic Party's next president, Joe Biden. The election will be officially declared and the election results will be finalized.
Prior to this, President Trump posted on Twitter, reasserting that the election was fraudulent, and said, "Vice President Mike Pence has only to send back state results. We Win. Mike, do it. It's time to show courage. "
President Trump has argued that Vice President Mike Pence has the ultimate authority not to recognize the outcome of the election, and has argued that he will win if he supports it, and has strengthened his unusual efforts.
In response, Vice President Mike Pence issued a statement, stating that he would not have the authority to overturn the election results of each state if the federal parliament approves them, and is in the position of President Trump who claims to have the authority. The difference is surfaced.
President Trump is urging Vice President Pence to support himself at a rally in front of the White House on the 6th, and attention is focused on Vice President Pence's response, which has shown loyalty to the president.