Previous President George W. Hedge said Sunday he conversed with President-elect Joe Biden and “broadened my warm congrats,” while guaranteeing that any issues about citizen extortion raised by the Trump campaign will be “appropriately arbitrated.”
“I just conversed with the President-elect of the United States, Joe Biden. I expanded my warm congrats and expressed gratitude toward him for the devoted message he conveyed the previous evening,” Bush said in an assertion, alluding to Biden’s triumph discourse in Wilmington, Delaware.
Shrub additionally said he connected with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris to salute her on the “historic election.”
“In spite of the fact that we have political contrasts, I realize Joe Biden to be a decent man who has won his occasion to lead and bring together our nation,” he said in the assertion.
Shrubbery said he offered Biden similar contemplations he identified with previous President Barack Obama and President Trump, “my petitions for his prosperity and my promise to help any way I can.”
Trump has not yielded to Biden, who was pronounced the victor on Saturday after Pennsylvania pushed him past the 270 Electoral College votes expected to win the White House, and has kept on asserting citizen misrepresentation and dispatch legitimate difficulties in the states.
Hedge said the president has each privilege to “demand relates and seek after legitimate difficulties and any uncertain issues will be appropriately arbitrated.”
“The American public can have certainty this election was generally reasonable, its respectability will be maintained, and its result is clear,” he said.