Whatever he might say or do, power will slip away from the Commander in Chief—slow and silently at first, and picking up speed as elections are certified and lawsuits fail.
Biden will nominate Anthony Blinken to be secretary of state and Jake Sullivan as national security adviser.
Divisions among Democrats could come into sharper focus after Joe Biden takes office in January next year.
The president's vote haul places him in the position of being a continued influence on the Republican Party, with speculation mounting of him being given another chance to run for office.
Communist Party newspaper 'Global Times' sees Joe Biden's election as an opportunity to normalize U.S.-China relations and has sent positive signals about the former vice president's cabinet picks.
"It's very important for the future of our city that we all come together and I want you to show that spirit," Giuliani told supporters in his 1989 concession speech.
The president and his team continue to pursue support for his last-ditch efforts to change the outcome, despite continued setbacks in their push against Joe Biden's success.
The host added that the GSA transition decision still does not change her views that election was "rife with problems and potential fraud."
Representative Paul Gosar has continued to claim that the election was stolen for President-elect Joe Biden.
If Republicans lose Georgia's special election and Democrats gain control of the Senate, "it would fundamentally change the country as we know it," Graham said.
"The to-do list for the Senate Judiciary Committee is long, and of critical importance to the future progress of our country," Senator Dick Durbin said Monday.
"The election was stolen and President Trump won by a landslide," President Donald Trump's legal adviser Jenna Ellis claimed during an MSNBC appearance on Monday.
President-elect Joe Biden has downgraded his possible role for Rahm Emanuel into a less prominent trade representative position, but progressives say he shouldn't be in consideration for anything.
Members of the Kalkaska County, Michigan Board of Commissioners plan on sending a resolution calling for Governor Gretchen Whitmer's impeachment to the state legislature.
"They are learning this for the first time on CNN," CNN's Chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta said on Monday after President Donald Trump tweeted in approval of an official letter sent to President-elect Joe Biden that declared him the "apparent president-elect."
"Even in the face of thousands of threats," GeneraI Services Administration Administrator Emily Murphy wrote Monday, "I always remained committed to upholding the law."
Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) urged President Donald Trump to "put the country first and have a prompt and orderly transition to help the new administration succeed" on Monday.
"I was never directly or indirectly pressured by any Executive Branch official—including those who work at the White House or GSA—with regard to the substance or timing of my decision," the GSA chief wrote.
With the General Services Administration recognizing Joe Biden as President-elect, Biden's transition teams will have access to more than $6 million in federal funds for the transition process.
A new poll suggests that most voters would prefer that partisan gridlock continue in Congress, with Republicans retaining control of the Senate in January's runoff elections and potentially acting as a firewall between the Democratic-controlled House and President-elect Joe Biden.
"Biden wants something by the end of December, we ought to be able to find it," said Democratic Senator Tim Kaine.
So far in American history, all four roles have been filled exclusively by men.
Michigan's Board of State Canvassers, comprising two Democrats and two Republicans, voted 3 to 0 with one abstention to certify the results.
The automaker withdraws its support for a lawsuit against California's emissions standards.
"It is now time for the rest of the Republican leadership to put politics aside and insist that President Trump cease his dilatory and anti-democratic efforts," the former GOP officials wrote.
Jonathan Tobin, editor in chief of JNS.org and popular conservative columnist, debates Spencer Klavan, assistant editor of the Claremont Review of Books and The American Mind.
"A refusal by the board to certify the results now would risk disenfranchising the state's voters—an unconscionable outcome antithetical to American democracy," attorney Benjamin Ginsburg wrote.