The transition of power from one president to the next has been a blunder, mainly because Donald Trump has yet to concede. It was recently revealed that Trump’s appointee in charge of handling the transition from Trump’s administration to Joe Biden’s administration has refused to sign off on the paperwork needed to begin the transfer of power. Because of that, Joe Biden’s administration recently took to the internet to ask for financial help with the transition via GoFundMe.
Trump has yet to concede because he feels he is the real winner of the election, claiming that voter fraud took place. Despite his claims, no evidence of voter fraud has been proven.
Via GoFundMe, Biden said: "Here's the deal: Because President Trump refuses to concede and is delaying the transition, we have to fund it ourselves and need your help. If you're able, chip in to help fund the Biden-Harris transition." He then included a link to a GoFundMe account where the general public is able to contribute anywhere between $15 to $5,000. Of course, there is an area where people can put in any amount they choose, as well.” Take a look above.