Mike Pence greets elected Vice President Kamala Harris, pledges support.
On January 20, elected President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris have an inaugural ceremony that Donald Trump has refused to attend, but good luck with the promise of cooperation from Mike Pence.
These days, Vice President Mike Pence (US Vice President Mike Pence) has an opposite attitude to President Donald Trump. He wished the newly elected Vice President Kamala Harris and promised his full support in the transfer of power.
Vice President Mike Pence telephoned elected Vice President Kamala Harris on Friday, according to the New York Times. This is the first telephonic conversation between 56-year-old Kamala Harris and 61-year-old Mike Pence after the Vice Presidential Debate in October last year. The uproar was condemned by Vice President Mike Pence during the Electoral College's counting of votes on January 6 in the US Capitol, calling it an attack on democracy. Pence described it as the dark day of American history. To which Trump had objected to Pence's stance.
The swearing-in ceremony of US elected presidents Joe Biden and Kamala Harris is on 20 January. President Donald Trump has refused to attend, while this year's swearing-in ceremony, ie Ceremony of the Covid-19 epidemic, has imposed many restrictions.
Prior to the inauguration, Trump will leave the White House and go to the Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. Let us know that Trump is not ready yet to accept his defeat in the presidential election 2020. Last week, the US Capitol was indicted on Wednesday by his supporters for carrying out a violent incident.