Those close to US President Donald Trump (left) believe inviting President-elect Joe Biden (right) to the White House or even talking to him would risk being perceived as conceding the race. Photos: AFP Those close to US President Donald Trump (left) believe inviting President-elect Joe Biden (right) to the White House or even talking to him would risk being perceived as conceding the race. Photos: AFP
Those close to US President Donald Trump (left) believe inviting President-elect Joe Biden (right) to the White House or even talking to him would risk being perceived as conceding the race. Photos: AFP

US Presidential Election 2020

politico | Joe Biden, Donald Trump aides see little value in White House meeting

  • As of this weekend, Trump has waited longer than any president in nearly a century to sit down with his successor
  • Advisers say he and Biden may never come face to face, even on the incoming leader’s Inauguration Day

Topic |   US Presidential Election 2020
Those close to US President Donald Trump (left) believe inviting President-elect Joe Biden (right) to the White House or even talking to him would risk being perceived as conceding the race. Photos: AFP Those close to US President Donald Trump (left) believe inviting President-elect Joe Biden (right) to the White House or even talking to him would risk being perceived as conceding the race. Photos: AFP
Those close to US President Donald Trump (left) believe inviting President-elect Joe Biden (right) to the White House or even talking to him would risk being perceived as conceding the race. Photos: AFP
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