I think it matters. Whether he legitimately lost or not, as was mentioned before, conceding will have an effect on national unity in the years to come. Also, if Trump chooses not to concede it will hamper the ability of Biden's administration to get things done while stirring bitter resentment in the hearts of many by giving credence to their doubts concerning the legitimacy of the election results. That's exactly what I want to see happen. I don't care one lick about unity given the circumstances. The best thing I can hope for when it comes to the administrative power of the presidency during Biden's (or rather Kamala's) time in office is stagnance. Impotent stagnance.It doesn't matter if Trump concedes or not, or barricades himself in the White House. Once Biden takes the oath of office, Trump will no longer be President.
Haven't they already? Biden is already screeching about forgiving student loan debt (remember the majority of college students are already female, and the amount with unpaid loans skews even more towards female on top of that), free abortions, and increasing gibs for the single mother welfare state.Best bet for the Republicans would be to hold onto at least one of the two Georgia Senate seats, so the Democrats don't control the Senate. They need to move past Trump.
With any luck, the Democrats will propose extreme liberal/socialist policies that will scare off voters in the 2022 midterms, returning the House to Republican Control.