On Friday, Former Vice President Joe Biden’s spokesman, Andrew Bates stated that the U.S. government would willingly escort President Donald Trump out of the White House if he refuses to concede with the election results.

The Vice President’s spokesman was responding to unconfirmed rumors that the President would refuse to step down if Biden receives his election certification. Bates even called Trump as a “trespasser.” His controversial remarks went viral after CBS News political correspondent, Ed O’Keefe wrote his response in a Twitter post. “The American people will decide this election. And the United States government is perfectly capable of escorting trespassers out of the White House,” O’Keefe wrote.

O’Keefe also made another follow-up tweet saying that it would be the military’s job to drive Trump out of the White House.

However, Biden took a less direct tone. In fact, the former Vice-President even suggested a possible reconciliation. In his own social media post, he wrote that in order for the country to make progress, they should ultimately stop treating their own opponents as enemies.

This is not the first time that Biden’s rapid response coordinator had made misleading tweets on social media. In one of his public posts, Bates mocked door-to-door canvassers and even attempted to incite violence, stating that he planned to tell canvassers to leave his doorstep or else he would give them coronavirus.

Moreover, Bates even accused the President of holding the Bible upside down, when in fact photos clearly show that Trump held it correctly. Moreover, he even described the people responsible for burning down the historic church as “peaceful demonstrators.”

While the legitimate winner of the 2020 Presidential elections is yet to be announced, Biden had already taken it on himself to act as the President-elect despite several allegations of voter and election fraud. In fact, the former Vice President had already launched his transition website and had laid out plans to overturn some of Trump’s key policies, including immigration and foreign relations. In fact, Biden had even made several phone calls to international leaders.

However, contrary to allegations that Trump would not honor his defeat, a report from the Daily Caller claimed that the President is not “obsessed” with living in the White House and even planned to announce his re-election bid for 2024.