Former President Bush congratulated President-elect Joe Biden
Former President Bush congratulates Biden
Former Democratic presidents congratulate previously elected president
Former U.S. President George W. Bush, a Republican Party member, said on Sunday that he spoke with Democratic President-elect Joe Biden and congratulated him on his victory.
In his statement, Bush noted that Americans can be confident that the US elections “were fundamentally fair, that their integrity will be confirmed, and the outcome is clear.”.
At the same time, he added that President Donald Trump has the right to demand a recount and use legal instruments.
Earlier, three former Democratic presidents, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, congratulated Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on the victory..
Obama reveals “immense pride” in congratulating Biden Harris on victory.
Clinton tweeted: “America had its say, democracy won.” 42nd President of the United States expressed confidence that Biden and Harris will work to unite all Americans.
39th US President Carter released a statement Saturday saying that he and his wife, former First Lady Rosalyn Carter, are proud of how “well the Democratic campaign was conducted” and look forward to “the positive changes they will bring to our country. “.
Neither Clinton nor Carter mentioned President Trump in their congratulations.
Meanwhile, President Trump tweeted that “thieves” stole his election victory and promised to thoroughly check the voting results..
Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, meanwhile, promised to file a lawsuit on Monday challenging the Pennsylvania electoral decisions. Speaking in Philadelphia, Giuliani said Trump’s headquarters were denied the opportunity to observe the processing of ballots. According to him, the headquarters will issue similar statements in other states, which could lead to a “large-scale nationwide lawsuit.”.
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