After elections, Donald Trumpen reappears Veterans Day event (PHOTO)

President Donald Trump reappears at Veterans Day event after loss to Joe Biden The US president had not appeared at a public event after ...

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  • President Donald Trump reappears at Veterans Day event after loss to Joe Biden
  • The US president had not appeared at a public event after the presidential elections
  • The president decided not to say a word about that issue or about the event

After defeat in the United States elections against Joe Biden, President Donald Trump reappears in event Veterans Day, according to the news portal of New York Post.

The US president had not appeared at a public event after his defeat in the urns and his evident rejection of results in which it was not favored.

However, the president decided not to say a word about that issue or about the event, he was accompanied by his wife, first lady Melania Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.

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The main act was to leave an offering at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, however, it was specified that there would be no other event at the presidential agency.

In the first images you can see a serious face on the part of Donald Trump, even reaching a face of defeat by the elections.

And it is that he has not been at all happy with the results and has insisted that there were irregularities and his face showed it in the event.

According to the EFE agency, the president-elect, Joe Biden, also participated this Wednesday in a solemn ceremony to express his respect for US ex-combatants.

On behalf of the president, the press office issued the following statement: “On Veterans Day, we stop to pay tribute to all who have proudly worn the uniform of our nation.”

“These soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines and coastguards selflessly put the lives, well-being and safety of others before their own.”

And they added: “We enjoy the privileges of peace, prosperity and freedom thanks to our veterans, and we will always be indebted to them without measure.”

It was the first public act of President Donald Trump to reappear since his defiant speech at the White House last Thursday, in which he denounced without evidence an alleged fraud in the presidential elections and crossed out the vote-by-mail system without evidence as “corrupt” In U.S.A.

Joe Biden traveled to Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) with his wife Jill, and both attended a brief military ceremony in front of the memorial to those who died in the Korean War (1950-1953), where they laid a wreath.

Trump, for his part, visited the Arlington (Virginia) cemetery, on the outskirts of Washington, where thousands of deaths in the wars in which the United States has fought are buried.

Alongside Vice President Mike Pence, Trump stood firm in the rain for several minutes, without an umbrella, as the military played the call for silence, known as taps.

Neither Biden nor Donald Trump (who reappears) made statements at their events on Wednesday, but both issued statements expressing their respect for the ex-combatants.

The president-elect promised them that he will be “a commander-in-chief who respects their sacrifices, understands their service, and who will never betray the values ​​they so bravely fought to defend.”

“I will never treat you or your families with anything less than the respect you deserve,” Biden said in an apparent allusion to Trump, who, according to a September article in “The Atlantic,” called in 2018 “losers” and “Failures” to Americans who died in the First World War.

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Joe Biden recalled that his is also a military family, because his son Beau, who died in 2015 from brain cancer, fought before in the Iraq war; and underscored the “unpayable debt” that the rest of the United States has with those who have fought on behalf of the country.

In addition, he stressed the need to improve the medical and psychological care system for ex-combatants in the face of the “suicide epidemic” that plagues them, and to ensure that those who are “women and LGBTQ + receive culturally competent care.”

For his part, Donald Trump defended his legacy on the matter by stating: “I have fought tirelessly for the veterans of the United States.”

The outgoing president assured that he has reformed the Department of Veterans Affairs and that he will continue working to improve the well-being of ex-combatants, despite the fact that he has barely ten weeks in power, given Joe Biden’s victory in the elections, that he still not recognizing.

Veterans Day is a federal holiday in the United States and is celebrated every November 11, the anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I in 1918.

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