“The Donald’ is finding out that his reality is NOT as big as the America way of doing things which is centuries old….
America held an election, which included a review of it’s President’s job….
Donald J. Trump got a failing mark….
He has been fired….
It has taken him some time to absorb that reality….
But he has…
For the last few weeks he’a been trying to change reality to match his….
It isn’t gonna be that ….
But with increasing speed ….
Things ARE passing him by…..
As soon as Joe Biden was declared the winner of the election and next President I told my son’s something would happen….
That would be his political ‘juice’ would begin to drain away….
THAT HAS been the case….
His worker bee’s have begun to slow their working as they start looking for new jobs….
Foreign Leaders no longer call Trump….
They call Joe Biden….
As Biden names his admin staff members….
Trump staff members phone will cease to ring….
While Trump withholds transition money?
Biden people establish unofficial contacts within the Trump admin…
Even Republican lawmakers quietly begin talking to Democrats about next years different politics….
And Trump, who has used his supporters as a threat ?
Cannot get Republicans vote counters to change results for him….
In a month the official announcement will be that Joe Biden IS the next certified President of the United States of America….
Trump supporters will grieve as Clinton supporters did 4 years ago…
But the American Democracy will go on unabated ….
It IS a Great country…
It is BIGGER that one ex-real estate guy for New York who tried to hustle a whole country….
The President-Elect IS what American voters chose….
And before he even gets in the job?
Biden shows what should the way an American President should be about…
‘We the People…’
Inside the wrought-iron fences that surround the 18-acre White House complex, the 2020 election rages on, with President Trump angrily refusing to concede. But the rest of the world — and President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. — is moving on.
The leaders of Western Europe have called Mr. Biden, as has the president of the world’s rising superpower, Xi Jinping of China. PayPal’s chief executive extended his “warmest congratulations to President-Elect Joe Biden, who will become the 46th president of the U.S.A.” The Boeing Corporation, which benefited from Mr. Trump’s demands for big-ticket defense items, issued a statement on Friday saying, “We look forward to working with the Biden administration.”
It is as if the vast machinery of diplomacy, business and lobbying has suddenly been recalibrated for the Biden era. Mr. Trump, by far the dominant world figure for the past four years, is increasingly treated as irrelevant.
Bank trade groups have begun meeting with Biden aides in anticipation of new fights over regulation. Foreign diplomats assuming a sharp turn in American foreign policy are retooling their agendas. Corporate executives, who are usually allergic to political statements, are saying out loud what most of Mr. Trump’s supporters have so far refused to acknowledge.
“Vice President Biden was fairly elected as our next president, and it’s time for the transition to proceed,” said Larry Merlo, the chief executive of CVS Health.
Mr. Biden is seizing the moment, not to aggressively confront the president he defeated, but to act presidential in his stead. Even as he demands that an orderly transfer of power be allowed to begin, the president-elect is proceeding as if the political drama created by Mr. Trump amounts to little more than noise — or what his new chief of staff called the “hysterics” of a lame-duck president…
“You’ve seen, over the last several days, Donald Trump holed up in the White House consulting with people like Rudy Giuliani and, you know, basically hatching conspiracy theories about Venezuela and China,” said Bob Bauer, the lawyer overseeing the election challenges for Mr. Biden’s campaign. “And you’ve seen President-elect Biden meeting on a bipartisan basis with governors, addressing the public health emergency and acting like the president-elect that he is.”
The swing from Mr. Trump to Mr. Biden is particularly obvious on the world stage, where both allies and adversaries are doing an about-face….
image….Ruth Fremson/The New York Times