The Pentagon announced support for Biden during the transfer of power

The Pentagon announced support for Biden during the transfer of power

The Pentagon immediately begins to implement measures as part of the transfer of power to the new US administration, headed by Democrat Joe Biden.

The Ministry of Defense explained that the team of the politician and future vice-president Kamala Harris contacted them on the evening of Monday, November 23rd. “Based on the conclusion of the head of the General Services Administration (GSA) of the US administration, we will immediately begin to implement our plan to provide support in accordance with the charter, Pentagon policy and memorandum of understanding between the White House and the Biden and Harris team,” the agency said in a statement.

Earlier, US President Donald Trump ordered the start of the transfer of power. He instructed the GSA and his team “to do what you need” in the original protocols for the transmission of power to Democrat. According to the American leader, he made such a decision “in the best interests of the country.”

At the headquarters of Biden confirmed the start of the transmission of power from the incumbent. The policy team noted that this decision – determining administrative action, which formally begins the process of transfer of power. In the coming days, the staff of the transition team will begin to meet with representatives of federal agencies to discuss the fight against the pandemic, obtain information on national security issues and other issues.

On November 3, 2020, the next presidential elections were held in the United States. The counting of votes and the proceedings on this issue are still ongoing. According to media reports, Biden won required to win the number of electoral votes, surpassing so Trump. The democrat has already proclaimed himself the elected president of the United States. Trump, in turn, said that Biden was quick to call himself the country’s new leader.