U.S. President-elect Joe Biden on Monday said the outgoing Donald Trump administration was doing “enormous damage” to agencies critical to the nation’s security
Biden made the allegation in a speech from his home state of Delaware after receiving a briefing from his aides on national security and foreign policy.
He alleged that his team was not getting all the needed information, including on defence matters, for a smooth transfer of power.
He specifically mentioned the Department of Defense and the Office of Management and Budget, accusing them of setting up “roadblocks” to information flow.
But the Trump administration debunked the allegations, with the Department of Defence saying it had been completely open with Biden’s transition team.