Trump claims he is mentally unable to concede: ‘I can’t say that at all’
Donald Trump at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. White House Photo by Tia Dufour.

President Donald Trump answered questions from the media on Thanksgiving for the first time since he lost the 2020 presidential election to President-elect Joe Biden.

After returning to the White House from a day of golfing, Trump delayed a teleconference with troops in Bahrain and Kuwait for two hours while he tweeted -- it was not until after 1 a.m. local time for the troops that the event began.

The president said he would travel to Georgia on Saturday to campaign for Republican senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, who are both in January runoff elections.

But Trump said he could not concede that he lost, even though he does plan to leave the White House on January 20th when Biden is sworn-in, NBC's Kelly O'Donnell reported.

And he reportedly continued to lie about massive fraud in the election.

He also whined about President-elect Biden assembling his cabinet, CNN's Kaitlan Collins reported.

And Trump refused to say if he will attend the Biden-Harris inauguration, Bloomberg News correspondent Jennifer Jacobs reported.