I don't know who that person would be but generally yes. This country has a long history of a peaceful transfer of power to your successor regardless of party and the president gives them lots of advice. We don't have to go back far at all to see it (Bush to Obama, Clinton to Bush, Bush to Clinton, etc.). Those weren't in defeats but they graciously handed over the office to the opposing political party. And my comment lines up perfectly with what I said. Given how Trump behaves, his divisiveness and demeanor I think there is a good chance that he doesn't go down peacefully if he loses an election. It's a thread about speculation of course but there are lots of reasons to believe this. Trump is so divisive and partisan he supports a man with credible accusations of child molestation because he doesn't want a liberal in there. It says everything you need to know about his ethics and partisanship. Even hyper-partisan McConnell wouldn't go there (until he changed his mind I guess).