President Trump Retains Control of The Military For 60 Days After The Inauguration of a New President.

According to this legislation, which was passed by congress, President Trump retains control of the military until 60 days after the inauguration of a new President.

The full transition of power does not occur until March which reflects what is actually written in the US Constitution.

Shown Here:Public Law No: 116-121 (03/03/2020)

[116th Congress Public Law 121][From the U.S. Government Publishing Office][[Page 137]]PRESIDENTIAL TRANSITION ENHANCEMENTACT OF 2019[[Page 134 STAT. 138]]Public Law 116-121116th CongressAn ActTo amend the Presidential Transition Act of 1963 to improve the orderlytransfer of the executive power during Presidentialtransitions. <>Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of theUnited States of America in Congress assembled, <Transition Enhancement Act of 2019. 3 USC 1 note.>>SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.This Act may be cited as the ``Presidential Transition EnhancementAct of 2019''.SEC. 2. PRESIDENTIAL TRANSITION ENHANCEMENTS.(a) In General.--Section 3 of the Presidential Transition Act of1963 (3 U.S.C. 102 note) is amended--(1) in subsection (a)--(A) <> in the matter precedingparagraph (1), by striking ``upon request,'' and allthat follows through ``including'' and inserting ``uponrequest, to each President-elect, each Vice-President-elect, and, for up to 60 days after the date of theinauguration of the President-elect and Vice-President-elect, each President and Vice President, for use inconnection with the preparations for the assumption ofofficial duties as President or Vice President necessary                services and facilities, including''; and

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Comments (1)
    • This appears to be FAKE NEWS.  Dearly as I'd love it to be true, it appears to me that the original law, and the amendment to it passed in 2019 only relate to clerical and financial matters--not military.  If I am in error, please enlighten me.  If you are in error, please remove this propaganda. 

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