In the meantime, party elders such as former President George W. Bush have publicly congratulated Biden on his successful bid.“Though we have political differences, I know Joe Biden to be a good man, who has won his opportunity to lead and unify our country,” Bush said in a statement.But even more ominous for Trump is the fact that a growing list of organizations who fought hard for his reelection are starting to reject his ill-fated effort.- Advertisement – On a call with reporters Monday, U.S. Chamber of Commerce representatives said the time for campaigning had come to an end. Over the weekend, the chamber had joined other GOP boosters like the National Association of Manufacturers and the Business Roundtable in congratulating the incoming Biden administration. Sens. Mitt Romney of Utah and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska were among the only GOP lawmakers to actually acknowledge President-elect Joe Biden’s win by Sunday evening. What was more typical was Republicans who stoked doubt in the results and endorsed Trump’s disinformation push to invalidate Biden’s victory.“Every legal challenge should be heard,” GOP House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy of California told Fox News. “Then and only then will America decide who won the race.”Trump has continued to frame the referendum on his dismal leadership as “a stolen election,” even as he spent all day Saturday and Sunday at the links. Several top aides have reportedly tried to impart to Trump that his chances of prevailing through his legal challenges are zero-to-none at this point. But Trump has a thick and impenetrable skin when it comes to reality, particularly when it involves him officially being declared a “loser.” – Advertisement – – Advertisement – “It’s time for the president’s lawyers to present the facts, and it’s time for those facts to speak for themselves,” Sen. Blunt, who chairs the Senate Rules Committee, said on ABC’s This Week. “It seems unlikely that any changes could be big enough to make a difference, but this is a close election, and we need to acknowledge that.”Blunt added that he looked forward “to the president dealing with this however he needs to deal with it.”- Advertisement –
Sold Home For Sale Sign in Front of Beautiful New House.DID you find selling your home to be one of the most stressful things in your life?Is so then you are not the only one.According to a recent survey of Aussie property owners many people find the process of selling a home to be one of the most stressful experiences of their lives.The LocalAgentFinder Seller Sentiment Survey asked Australian property owners their thoughts on the process of selling a property.The 1058 owners surveyed had either sold property in the last year or were planning to sell over the next year. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour agoNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Of those surveyed, 57 per cent said that selling a property was one of the most stressful experiences in their life.Finding the right agent can cause a lot of the problems, with 51 per cent agreeing that this was the cause of most of the stress. When it came time to pick an agent, 30 per cent said they would hire ones they had used before, 27 per cent said they asked family and friends for referrals and 23 per cent said they searched online. LocalAgentFinder CEO, Matt McCann said the survey results show that the right agent can help lower the stress of selling.“The data points to a long-held view by LocalAgentFinder that the future is bright for real estate agents as consumers really do value what they have to offer,” he said. So to lower the stress, he recommended people do a bit more research to try and find an agent suited to their needs.“This insight in the context of the survey data suggests that savvy vendors might be prudent in investigating agent comparison sites to broaden their agent options because this could lead to the appointment of the right agent for their needs and reduce the overall stress involved in the selling process,” he said.