New York Post Calls for Trump to Concede 2020 Presidential Election

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The process to authenticate and formalize Joe Biden as the next president of the United States continues on.
Attorneys tasked with representing President Trump in his litigation of the 2020 presidential election have not delivered the promised results. Legal bodies from the state level to the U.S. Supreme Court have rejected and thrown out cases and appeals from the Trump legal team.

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Meanwhile, Lin Wood and Sidney Powell have not made good on their vows to prove in the courts that Trump won the race; much to the annoyance of the millions of Americans who backed and voted for the 45th president, no Krakens have been released as Powell promised.
In light of all this, the New York Post is now calling for President Trump to concede the 2020 White House race, confirms Newsmax.

The Latest from the New York Post

During the 2020 presidential election, the New York Post actually gave Trump a glowing endorsement. The magazine spoke fondly of Trump, his policies, and declared that he’d be best suited to lead the nation for four more years.
In light of the events since November 3, however, the New York Post appears to have taken a different attitude. The magazine isn’t singing Biden’s praises, however, it is still urging Trump to formally concede the 2020 presidential election.

As of this morning, the New York Post posted an editorial board message calling for the 45th president to “give it up.”
The magazine then goes on to claim that Trump’s so-called “dark charade” has “found nothing” in regards to fraud in the 2020 presidential election.
The New York Post did admit that Trump had the right to investigate and litigate the presidential election; although, shortly thereafter, the magazine warned that the president is unknowingly assisting Democrats in writing him off as a “one-term aberration.”
Finally, the editorial board message opines that focusing on the January 6 certification process of the Electoral College’s votes is taking away necessary attention from the Senate runoff races happening in Georgia.

The Problem with Conceding the 2020 Election

Neither Trump nor most of his backers are supportive of him conceding the 2020 presidential election; this is due to the belief that the election was tainted by fraudulent votes and cheating.

Multiple Republicans in Congress are also of the belief that Trump should not concede the race. Election disagreements will come up next week when Congress gathers for the formal certification of the Electoral College’s votes.
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