Donald Trump makes first public appearance since defeat to Joe Biden
New Delhi : The US President Donald Trump made an official public appearance for the first time since he faced defeat to Joe Biden in the US Election 2020. He came to acknowledge Veterans Day.
On Wednesday, the president visited Arlington National Cemetery for a somber wreath-laying ceremony shortly before 11:30 am, four days after US media projected his Democratic rival would take the White House.
Since the day when Democrats were seen winning the elections, Donald Trump has not addressed the nation officially, but had been active on social media, announcing his legal fight against the Republicans.
But before he officially leaves the White House to make way for Joe Biden to take over, he is taking part on mandatory services required to be done by the President. He made no public remark on Wednesday.
Early Wednesday he was tweeting fresh evidence-free claims of election wins and ballot tampering, despite the consensus from international observers, world leaders, local election officials and US media that the November 3 vote was free and fair, and that there have no credible allegations of fraud.
Donald Trump has filed many lawsuits alleging that there was a fraud in the US elections, but none of the lawsuits have been backed by the credible evidences which could change the end result of the election.
"I just think it's an embarrassment, quite frankly," Biden said Tuesday, when asked what he thinks about the president's refusal to acknowledge defeat.
Biden and his wife Jill attended their own somber Veterans Day ceremony at the Korean War Memorial in Philadelphia Wednesday.