From the editorial board of the Wall Street Journal:
There’s no predicting how Mr. Trump will behave. He rarely takes our advice—we said in January 2017 that he should fire James Comey upon taking office—and perhaps he will continue his “stolen” election claims past Jan. 20. Perhaps he can’t admit to himself that he lost. Perhaps he hopes to nurture resentment to run again in 2024.
There’s a time to fight, and a time to concede. Mr. Trump has had his innumerable days in court and lost. He would do far better now to tout his accomplishments in office, which are many, and accept his not so horrible fate as one of 45 former American Presidents.
The Editorial Board: After losing at the Supreme Court, Trump has no legal alternatives and ought to concede. https://t.co/xXNXOYYVU5
— WSJ Editorial Page (@WSJopinion) December 13, 2020