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If Trump isn't conceding defeat, what next

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If Trump isn't conceding defeat, what next

If Trump isn't conceding defeat, what next.


Trump is not conceding defeat, what next. Normally, when an incumbent president loses his election, he graciously accepts defeat and allows a smooth transition and constitutionally, a new president should assume office by January 2o in the United States of America. If Trump isn't conceding defeat, what next. As of now, Joe Biden is leading in 279 seats. President Trump is leading in 214. These are not results, yet counting is a cumbersome process in the United States, and the official results will declare only by January six. This is in contrast to India in India, voting was held in multiple phases. But counting of votes is quicker and takes less than a day normally in India. For example. Election Commission of India had to reach 879 million eligible voters. This was done in seven phases. This was spread over 38 days. The US Presidential election sought 224 million voters, 224 million eligible American voters spread across a much larger land base than in India. In the United States, you can vote on an election day. There is another alternative called mail-in ballots. Similar to postal ballots that we have in India. But in India postal ballots are for civil servants or people in the army. Postal ballots are not available for a general population that is why millions of millions of Indians who are working in other states in the country are not in their native states. They are disenfranchised basically because they cannot travel long distances to their respective constituencies and cast their vote. But in America, you can vote through mail-in ballots. These mail-in ballots can be requested by voters in advance. And this is where there is a controversy. Donald Trump is saying, if the voting, time is over that these mailing ballots could not be counted and should not be counted. The campaign of Joe Biden says Every legitimate vote should be counted. And what President Trump has done. He has mounted a legal challenge, particularly in Pennsylvania in Michigan, and Arizona.

President Donald Trump has launched legal campaigns in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Arizona to prevent the state officials in these three states from declaring who is the winner. These three states, total have 47 electoral college votes. What do we mean by that, basically people of the United States do not directly elect the president, they elect members to Electoral College and these members of the Electoral College will vote, who is going to be the next president of the United States of America. And this Electoral College has 538 votes. That means 538 people are to be elected to Electoral College, and they will decide who is going to be the next president of the United States. And anybody who gets 270 votes will emerge victoriously and will be elected as the next President of the United States. All these three states, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Arizona. Joe Biden has either won the states or leading in these states, but Donald Trump has filed lawsuits to prevent the state officials in these three states from declaring from certifying a winner. That means, officially, we do not have a winner. This Electoral College has to meet on December 14 to elect the next President of the United States of America. But if there is a lawsuit, which means 47 electoral college votes have a dispute. That means who are going to be these 47 voters who will be part of the Electoral College. We don't know. That means there is a dispute. In this case, state legislatures come into the picture. That means state legislators of Pennsylvania, Michigan, Arizona, will send representatives to the electoral college and these representatives of these voters to the Electoral College will vote on December 14 to elect the president of the United States of America. That means if there is a dispute as to who are these 47 voters will be part of this Electoral College. In that case, state legislatures will come into the picture and state legislature so Pennsylvania, Michigan, Arizona. They even send voters to this Electoral College. Here is another problem. The problem is that all these three state legislatures are controlled by the Republican Party of Donald Trump. Now here is a problem. These state legislatures, will send 47 voters to this Electoral College, and all of them will vote for Donald Trump, and then Donald Trump will become the president of the United States, but then there is another problem. The problem is that although in these three states, the legislature's of these three states are controlled by the Republican Party. But in two states, Pennsylvania and Michigan, the governor is from the Democratic Party of Joe Biden. In that case, the governor will send his list to this Electoral College. That means the governor will send its voters to this Electoral College, and they will vote in favor of Joe Biden, which means there is a clash clash in the lists. List number one, sent by the state legislatures of Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Arizona, List number two, sent by the Democratic governors of Pennsylvania and Michigan, which lists to use lists and by state legislatures, or lists sent by the governors of these states, since there is a dispute the matter will go to US Congress. The US Parliament has a bicameral parliament legislature, Senate, which is the upper house, and House of Representatives, which is the lower house. The US law says that each house of the US Congress will decide which list to use, whether the list is given by the state legislature or the list is given by the Democratic governors, but Senate is controlled by the Republican Party. House of Representatives is controlled by the Democrats. Democrats are saying, use lists given by the governors, Senate, saying, use the list, given by the state legislatures, again there is a dispute, and since there is a dispute. Experts say this matter will reach the US Supreme Court, and the supreme court will decide what is to be done in this case, which means there are three possibilities. Possibility number one, if the list given by the state legislature is taken, Donald Trump is the next president of the United States. If the list given by the governor says taken. Joe Biden is the next president of the United States. A third thing can also happen. What is this third thing, 47 votes they may be excluded. That means it may be decided that since there is a dispute on these 47 votes, for states, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Arizona, let's exclude these 47 votes. When we exclude these 47 votes. That means 538 minus 47. In that case, neither Donald Trump nor Joe Biden would back 270 votes. That means since 270 votes are not backed by either Donald Trump or Joe Biden. In this case, what will happen, a contingent election will take place. What is this contingent election? This contingent election has happened thrice in the past, 1801, 1825, 1837, in this case, what will happen. This is the US Congress, US Congress is bicameral Senate and the House of Representatives. In this case, the Senate will choose the Vice President of the United States and the House of Representatives will choose the President of the United States of America. But here is another problem. House of Representatives has 435 members, and the House of Representatives is controlled by the Democrats, which means Joe Biden is going to be the next president of the United States. No, because all these 435 members, do not have one vote, each. That means it doesn't mean that these 435 members, all of them have one vote each. Then what it means is that there are 50 states in the United States. All these 50 states will have one vote, each. That means all the 50 state legislators will have one vote. And if you look at these 50 states in the United States. In 26 states, Grand Old Party, the Republican Party is controlling, and only 22 state legislatures are there, where the democrats have the majority means, in this case, Donald Trump is going to be the next president of the United States of America. But this is all very confusing. First, there is a dispute in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Arizona, basically on these 47 votes. Even if these 47 votes are excluded. Nobody reaches this magic number of 270. We don't have a president. And then this process can be initiated. But this entire process is very cumbersome. And this entire process must be completed by January 20. Because constitutionally, a new president has to assume office by January 20 noon. And in this case, if this dispute is not resolved by then who is going to be the President? In this case, the speaker of the House of Representatives, which is Nancy Pelosi, is going to be the acting President of the United States of America.

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