Unlike John McCain's humble 2008 concession speech, "the American People have spoken...," Trump is never expected to formally concede to Biden, according to friends and aids, but will grudgingly retreat from the White House to Mar-a-Lago in January. President Trump now faces the scary reality of post-President life once again that includes jump-starting the Trump brand name in the midst of a global covid pandemic and nationwide BLM protests that view Trump as the head of the snake. Trump, who lost his bid for reelection officially on Saturday to Joe Biden, will likely continue to be a presence on the political stage for years to come, and some experts suggest another bid at the presidency in 2024 is expected. Some reports say that he may launch a television network and continue to speak at large alt-right rallies in red states. Trump will also likely to attempt to apply political pressure onto the Republican Party, the Senate, and the Supreme Court that features three of his judges. The scariest part of Trump's new reality is he has been named in over 4,095 lawsuits spanning two decades, with the worst ones still pending. Without the protection of the U.S. Attorney General William P. Barr and the financial and legal backing of the White House granted to him by the Constitution, Trump will have to fight these 4,095 lawsuits himself. By comparison, Hillary Clinton has been named in about 900 lawsuits. Meanwhile, the Trump campaign lawyers have been filing lawsuits in battleground states where the races have been extremely close, hoping for a red flip. President-elect Joe Biden and vice president-elect Kamala Harris accepted America's bid for the presidency on Saturday night in Delaware. Joe Biden pledges to be a president "who seeks not to divide but to unify."