I don't want to be flaying President Biden, although I still have doubts about his ability to bring the progressive wing of the Democratic Party to his knees as AOC and other overweening Muslim Democrats coalesce behind either Bernie Sanders and his dogma or Islam thinking for which radical Muslims crave.
How to walk a fine line and keep acting like a centrist would be his paramount challenge. If he doesn't reel back from taking on such wild-eyed progressives and black interest groups, then we have reason to believe that Biden may be able to get the job done as the leader of the most powerful nation, particularly when it comes to fostering better relationships with European nations and cementing America's role as the vanguard of rules-based liberal order.
I also wouldn't call Trump a defeatist even though I'm not a conservative like you. It's plain that Trump still has lots of white working-class voters and pumped-up Latino voters chomping at the bit to vote for him. Plus, it's still too early to say that Biden has won the hearts and minds of black voters , in light of the fact that racial conflagration remains to be a vexing issue for years to come. Even liberals can't slur over the fact the BLM movement took root during the Obama administration. Thus, Biden has his work cut out for him; he also can't abrogate his responsibilities to black supporters with a black vice president looking over his shoulder.
In any event, it makes sense for both liberals and conservatives to be working together to build a bright future for the American people and a nation that happens to be called the United States.
Guys, time to get behind the same message that America has the duty to protect the Rights of Man and civil liberties instead of prickling at Trump's defeat.