Republican George Bush congratulates Joe Biden after his election victory (PHOTO)

Republican George Bush congratulates Joe Biden after election win “I extended my warm congratulations and thanked him for the patri...

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  • Republican George Bush congratulates Joe Biden after election win
  • “I extended my warm congratulations and thanked him for the patriotic message he delivered last night,” said Bush.
  • He referred to the president-elect, Joe Biden, noting that “he is a good man” with a mission to unite the United States.

Republican George Bush congratulates Joe Biden after election victory. Saturday morning Joe Biden was declared the winner of these presidential elections and became president-elect of the United States.

Following the announcement, hundreds of personalities from politics and entertainment in the United States and around the world have recognized Biden as president-elect.

Former Republican President George Bush, through a release, congratulated Democrat Joe Biden on his victory and offered his support and prayers.

“I extended my warm congratulations to him and thanked him for the patriotic message he delivered last night,” said George Bush, regarding the maiden speech of Biden as president-elect.

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He mentioned that despite the political differences between the two, “Joe Biden is a good man, who has won the opportunity to lead and unify our country.”

In this way he recognized the electoral victory of the former vice president and now president-elect, Joe Biden. The foregoing despite the multiple accusations of Donald Trump about an alleged electoral fraud.

However, he also congratulated the Republican candidate, Donald Trump, for obtaining “the votes of more than 70 million Americans”, which he described as an extraordinary political achievement.

Regarding the repeated accusations of fraud made by Trump, he mentioned that: “You have the right to request recounts and present legal challenges.” “The American people can be confident that this election was fundamentally fair, its integrity will be preserved, and its outcome is clear,” added George Bush.

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Republican George Bush congratulates Joe Biden after election win

In addition, former President Bush assured that “voices will continue to be heard by elected Republicans at all levels of government,” when he referred to the millions of Republican voters in the United States.

He recognized the participation of citizens at the polls and said that it is a “positive sign of the health of our democracy and a reminder to the world of its strength.”

He noted that the challenges facing the United States at this time must be addressed by Joe Biden who will require the best of the presidential formula.

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Bush sent a message of unity after a highly polarized presidential election, noting that unity must be “for our nation and its future.”

“There is no problem that it does not yield to the gathered will of a free people,” added former President George Bush.

He concludes his message by inviting Americans to reconciliation and wishing “the best to our next president and vice president.”

It is worth mentioning that former President Bush also mentioned that he spoke with the Vice President Kamala Harris.

He congratulated the first female vice president of the United States, calling her rise to the vice presidency “historic.”

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Republican George Bush congratulates Joe Biden after election win

The former president called for the unit after extremely complicated elections and polarized by various issues such as the coronavirus or racial discrimination.

Politician and businessman George Bush served as the 43rd president of the United States in 2000, following a series of allegations of voter fraud.

He was the second president son of another president in the history of the United States, and he was in charge of the American government during the attacks of September 11 in New York.

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After a few months as head of the White House, the former president responded to the attacks on the twin towers with the so-called “war against terrorism.”

Now, the former president has recognized Biden’s electoral victory and asked that all Americans support the result of the elections, which according to his statement “is clear.”

Meanwhile, other political figures, such as current Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, have decided not to recognize Joe Biden’s victory.

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World leaders congratulate Biden on his triumph, but Mexico is slow

While the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, sent a message through the networks social, the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador has remained silent.

The non-reaction of President López Obrador has been widely criticized on Twitter, since with Canada, it is the country closest to the United States and with which it has the most relations.

“AMLO is silent about Biden’s victory as if Mexico were an island on Mars with no ties to the US,” wrote journalist José Díaz Briseño, a correspondent for Agencia Reforma in the United States.

What does the president of Mexico expect? Incomprehensible ”, questioned the journalist Leon Krauze.

But the one who did speak out on Twitter as soon as he found out about Biden’s triumph was Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who wrote verbatim: “Congratulations, @Joe Biden and @KamalaHarris. Our two countries they are close friends, partners and allies “

“We share a relationship that is unique on the world stage. I really want to work together and take advantage of that with the two of you, “he added.

The Efe news agency reported that the prime minister did not want to delve into the controversy of the results of the presidential elections.

Trudeau, has had a rough relationship with the current US president, Donald Trump, and whose political formation, the Liberal Party, is closer to Joe Biden’s Democratic Party than to the Republican Party, he declared at a press conference that no one wants to “interfere or intervene ”in elections.

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While Andrés Manuel López Obrador has boasted of maintaining very good relations with the Trump administration.

Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said that the government would give a reaction in the next few hours, although criticism against López Obrador began on social networks, whom many have considered too condescending towards the Republican, especially in immigration policy.

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