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Trump Refusing To Concede, Biden Invites Him To Inauguration


President Donald Trump has still refused to concede to President-elect Joe Biden. Trump is reportedly planning a rally on Biden's inauguration day. Biden has said that Trump should go to his inauguration to demonstrate a peaceful transfer of power. He then added that Trump's presence was "of no personal consequence to me." They are far from the first American presidents and presidents-to-be not to see eye to eye. However, many Americans are curious to see how inauguration day will look with the drama involved.

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