Biden's presidential transition to begin

Added On November 25, 2020

 The U.S. General Services Administration has told President-elect Joe Biden that it was ready to begin the formal presidential transition process for him.

The move means that Biden's team will now have federal funds and an official office to conduct his transition over the next two months. 
The agency's administrator Emily Murphy on Monday said that despite recent legal challenges and certifications of election results, she made her decision "independently, based on the law and available facts."
Also on Monday, President Donald Trump tweeted that he had directed his team to facilitate Biden's transition, although he still didn't concede defeat. 
The State of Pennsylvania on Tuesday certified the presidential election results for Biden, a day after rejecting the Trump campaign's effort to block the counting of absentee ballots.
Michigan and Georgia have also certified Biden's victory. 
U.S. media have projected that Biden has won 306 Electoral College votes, crossing the 270-vote threshold for clinching the White House.