bitchy | President Joe Biden isn’t expecting Donald Trump to participate in the inauguration
Personally, I appreciate all the updates on various recounts and court challenge failures from the Trump campaign. Each update feels like we've won the election again! Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Arizona have all criticized Trump's attempts to undermine election results and deny voters their rights. Yes, it sucks that so many people are horrible […]

Presidential Debate 2020 at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee

Personally, I appreciate all the updates on various recounts and court challenge failures from the Trump campaign. Each update feels like we've won the election again! Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Arizona have all criticized Trump's attempts to undermine election results and deny voters their rights. Yes, it sucks that so many people are horrible and it sucks that Donald Trump and his fascist minions will undermine democracy, but ... after the past four years, did anyone think it was going to be easy? So now Joe Biden and his team are making plans for the grand opening and what it will look like in the midst of a harsh winter pandemic. The plans have not been finalized, but it seems that most of the inaugural festivities will be virtual. President-elect Biden's camp also assumes that Donald Trump will be too sulky a loser to participate in the peaceful transfer of power in any way.

Discussions are underway about requiring everyone to wear masks and social distancing, according to interviews with half a dozen people involved in the planning. Those who are cleared near Biden for the dedication ceremony will likely undergo coronavirus testing. The traditional post-swearing-in lunch, held at Statuary Hall with members of Congress, could be abandoned altogether. There can be no inaugural balls. Crowds, in any case, are likely to be very limited.

Biden's advisers are almost certain that President Trump will not attend Biden's swearing-in. They find it hard to imagine the traditional tea party ahead of time at the White House, the typical walk together on Capitol Hill, or Trump allowing an image of himself watching as Biden is sworn in.

Those close to Biden insist the ceremony has yet to have the august feeling of past inaugurations - an all the more important desire to establish his legitimacy as president, which Trump continues to deny. But that quest is complicated by another urgent demand: to adhere to the public health guidelines that Biden has adopted throughout his run for president and wants to show early in his administration.

Joan Hoff, professor of history at Montana State University and former president of the Center for the Study of the Presidency, said there were few parallels to the inauguration that would occur on January 20, with a nation in crisis. and a pandemic that is probably still raging. .

“It just won't look like previous openings. And I don't think Biden is going to hide this, ”she said. “I don't think he's going to try to figure out what's going on in the country when it opens. It would simply be hiding or trying to appease public opinion in a wrong way.

But perhaps one of the most anomalous aspects is Trump's lack of involvement. He would be the first defeated president not to attend the inauguration of his successor in centuries, Hoff said. "It's like everything else with Trump: there's no way he'll adhere to or honor tradition or standards, which aren't rewritten as law but past presidents have followed," a- she declared. "I don't think he is able to participate in a ceremony that makes it clear that he lost the election." The White House declined to say if Trump would attend.

[From WaPo]

"I don't think he is able to participate in a ceremony that makes it clear that he lost the election." Why does this quote make me laugh so hard? I guess that's true, but also… it's just a funny way to think about it. The vibe is this: Trump is a crybaby fascist loser, that's his nature and there's nothing we can do about it other than accept it and move on. Make plans without him. Transfer power as peacefully as possible in the face of a pathetic, temper-prone jerk.

WaPo also says the folks at Biden know people will be coming to Washington for the inauguration anyway, so they're trying to find ways to enforce mask wear and social distancing on people who want to go out. Yeah… basically it's all still in the air and Republicans are still treading on the Orange Loser. Also: now I kinda want President Biden to take the oath in sweatpants.

Presidential Debate 2020 at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee

Photos courtesy of Avalon Red, Backgrid.

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