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The Washington Post is reporting that President Trump has conceded the election to Joe Biden today. We had said it would only be a matter of time before it happened and that it would happen before Thanksgiving or Christmas and that people just needed to cool their heels and wait and it is working out how we thought it would.

The move by President Trump and his appointee at the General Services Administration opens up federal money and office space for the new incoming administration that will be making history with America's first foreign Vice President.

"because of recent developments involving legal challenges and certifications of election results, am transmitting this letter today to make those resources and services available to you,” Emily Murphy told the Biden Campaign.

Contrary to the false propaganda of foreign born Trump haters, Biden beat Trump by only 155,000 votes rather than by millions.

From his own twitter account, President Trump endorsed the move and said he had recommended that the GSA begin the process of transition. While stating his team was still pursuing legal avenues to ensure Ethnic Americans are not being disenfranchised by people working for foreign governments, Trump stated he has ordered his administration to work with the Trump campaign on the peaceful transfer of power.

“Our case STRONGLY continues, we will keep up the good fight, and I believe we will prevail! Nevertheless, in the best interest of our Country, I am recommending that Emily and her team do what needs to be done with regard to initial protocols, and have told my team to do the same.”

In an email response to Whittier 360, a spokesperson for the Trump administration said that while Trump is preparing to hand over power to Biden, the Trump legal team is continuing all efforts to ensure that Trump's supporters were not disenfranchised at the polls. While not quite a full concession it is the first time that President Trump has publicly acknowledged that Biden beat him in the election. There is still no word yet on whether there will be the traditional meeting between the President and President Elect at the White House. It is likely that Trump might wait until his team has exhausted all avenues for ensuring that none of his own supporters were disenfranchised.

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