Joe Biden is growing tired of the delay to declare him the next leader of the free world, due to the election investigation underway and President Trump’s rightful refusal to concede. It’s not only immediate power he’s after, it’s also the $6.3 million in federal funding, classified information and security clearances he’s wanting right. All of that is currently frozen by the General Services Administration (GSA) until a winner is certified.
If he can’t get it all right now by the formal process of presidential elections, his team may take legal action to force it.
According to the New York Post, Joe Biden’s team is considering legal action over the ongoing refusal to grant the president-elect a formal transition into the White House, according to reports.
Amid President Trump’s refusal to concede the election, the federal agency needed to greenlight his transition has also held back from declaring him the victor — a move usually made within 24-hours.
The delay by the General Services Administration also freezes the Biden team out of access to the State Department, which facilitates calls between foreign leaders, Fox News said.
Read more about Biden’s potential legal path to force his way into office on NYPost.com.