|View single post by Unionblue|
|Posted: Tue Nov 24th, 2009 09:48 pm||
I just wanted to be sure so I reread my copy of the Constitution and by golly, you're right.
Don't see anywhere about anything the President-elect is supposed to do before he is sworn into office as President.
Frankly, the man who is currently holding the office before the President-elect is sworn in, I believe he is called THE President, might take a bit of offense at being told to move out early.
But that's me and my copy of the Constitution. Anyone aware of any updates or changes in recent years that give the President-elect presidential powers before THE President leaves office at the end of HIS term?
Any information would be appreciated.
Belief does not make truth. Evidence makes truth. And belief does not make evidence.