More could die if we don't coordinate, says Biden after Trump admin refuses to cooperate

As the US President continues to neglect the pandemic situation in the United States, record number of Coronavirus cases are being reported
More could die if we don't coordinate, says Biden after Trump admin refuses to cooperate

President-elect Joe Biden has come hard at President Donald Trump, as the 45th President of the United States and his administration is intentionally blocking the Biden camp’s peaceful transition of power which can affect the Biden camp’s plans to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic situation in the US.

On November 16, the US recorded 1,66,581 cases and 7696 deaths in a day. Biden said that there could be severe ramifications if the Trump administration continues to keep refusing to cooperate with the Biden transition team on the country’s pandemic situation, the national security briefings, the vaccine briefing, etc. “More people may die if we don't coordinate,” Biden said during a press conference in Wilmington, Delaware. Trump’s administration has been refusing to acknowledge Biden’s victory in the 2020 US presidential election. Moreover, Biden cannot do anything until the White House allows him access to information needed with regards to the pandemic.

Meanwhile, Trump continues to be in denial, refusing to come to terms that he lost the election. Trump took to his Twitter account to tweet that the election is far from over and continues to claim that he won the election. Twitter has been flagging many tweets of the US President attacking the results of the concluded election.

There has been several reports that the President Trump is likely to hit China with new sanctions and trade restrictions in the last months of his presidency which affect Biden when he becomes the 46th US President. A report by Axios states that according to senior administration officials, Trump may announce new sanctions against Chinese companies, government entities or officials, citing human rights violations or threats to U.S. national security. This could be a huge problem for Biden when he takes office on January 21, 2021.

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