Skip to content
Opinion
Timothy L. O'Brien

Trump’s Next Two Months of Mayhem

Even while sulking, the president and his minions will keep swinging the wrecking ball at Biden.

Still in power.

Still in power.

Photographer: Pete Marovich/Getty Images

Now that Donald Trump’s administration has allowed Joe Biden’s team to formally begin its transition into the White House, the president is running out of overt ways to disrupt an election he clearly lost 18 days ago.

His flimsy and misbegotten lawsuits challenging the vote are all but deflated and he’s been less active than usual on TV and Twitter. Perhaps he’ll make his traditional visit to Mar-a-Lago for the Christmas holidays and then stay put, preferring to endure his humiliation over Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration outside the capital.