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Biden on beating Trump: 'I feel like I've done something good for the country' | TheHill
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President-elect Joe Biden on Wednesday boasted about his high approval rating and said he felt like he’d "done something good for the country" by defeating President Trump.

Trump Inevitably Flips Out at Georgia Elections Official Who Begged Him to Calm Down
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On Tuesday, Gabriel Sterling, a Georgia election official and a Republican, demanded that Trump stop endangering election workers by pushing conspiracy theories.

Neera Tanden Mean-Tweeted GOP Lawmakers—Until She Needed Their Votes
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More than 1,000 tweets have disappeared from Biden OMB nominee Neera Tanden's Twitter feed in the last month - including many that were critical of Republican senators.

Joe Biden's doctor says he suffered "hairline fractures" in foot after he slipped while playing with dog - CBS News
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The president-elect will "likely require a walking boot" for several weeks.

Trump rages against '60 Minutes' for interview with Krebs | TheHill
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President Trump ripped CBS News's "60 Minutes" on Sunday after an interview with his former cybersecurity chief was broadcast on the program.

President-elect Joe Biden has already promised to rejoin the Paris Climate Accord

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REIDSVILLE, N.C. — Small farmers like Beverly Bowen, owner of Blackwell’s farm in Rockingham County, are expecting big changes to come under the Biden administration and a new emphasis on sustainability.

“There will be change. And there will be programs put in place, and it’s very obvious,” Bowen says. “And I think there will be a commitment and an acknowledgment that there is global warming, which has been ignored under the last administration.”

Bowen is tied into two USDA conservation programs, and keeps her focus on sustainability. She’s expecting a new agricultural incentive agenda under the president-elect.

“It’s gonna cover a lot of the things farmers should be doing,” Bowen says. “Whether it’s cover crops, whether it’s no-till, sustainable agriculture, that is gonna be a major push.”

Dr. Gregory Goines, the chair of the natural resources and environmental department of N.C. A&T, agrees that global climate change is not a distant threat.

“There are a lot of human-related factors that we know are contributing to changes in our environment,” Goines says. “Such as increasing global greenhouse gases, acidification of the ocean, and this leads to severe weather storms, which ultimately impacts farming.”

He says any federal policies that allow farmers to produce more food, in a sustainable way, are going to beneficial.

“Farmers are actually, by and large, already good stewards of the land,” Goines says. “The issue is because of the increase of the population of the earth, how do we produce more food, do it environmentally sustainably, while producing the food at an affordable price?”

President-elect Joe Biden has already promised to rejoin the Paris Climate Accord and has pledged to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

His climate policy also includes a $1.7 trillion investment in clean energy and green jobs.

N.C. Farmers Await Changes Under President-Elect Joe Biden

As President-elect Obama and Joe Biden announced their economic team on Nov. 24, 2008, Obama began by acknowledging the “economic crisis of historic proportions” and went on to discuss how “we need a recovery plan for both Wall Street and Main Street – a plan that stabilizes our financial system and gets credit flowing again” along with other issues.

Other new presidents in 1988, 1992, 2000
The months that Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush won the presidency were mixed for investors. Clinton enjoyed S&P growth of 3% in November 1992 while the first Bush saw declines of 1.9% in 1988.

In those years, other economic factors appeared to be driving the market more than the new President-elect.

In 1988, after George HW Bush was elected to succeed Ronald Reagan, news reports at the time suggest that the Bush victory wasn’t a huge driver of stocks. A New York Times roundup of the market at the end of that month was described trading as “slow.”

In 1992, a Reuters story on the eve of Bill Clinton’s victory quoted an expert saying that stock gains had been "de-politicized." Although a New York Times column by Floyd Norris at the end of that year notes that a surge in stocks had begun around election day.

The disputed 2000 election saw markets drop over the course of that November but they moved without a President-elect in place as George W. Bush and Al Gore fought over Florida’s electoral votes.

    President-elect Joe Biden is slated to deliver a Thanksgiving address

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    President-elect Joe Biden is slated to deliver a Thanksgiving address to the nation seeking to unify Americans in the face of the coronavirus pandemic as experts warn of a possible spike in cases resulting from the holiday.

    Biden’s transition team said the president-elect will “discuss the shared sacrifices Americans are making this holiday season and say that we can and will get through the current crisis together.” His remarks come as COVID-19 cases are surging nationwide, with the nation averaging 165,000 new virus cases per day as of Tuesday, up more than 70% in two weeks, according to figures compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

    Hospitalizations, deaths and the testing positivity rate are also up sharply as the nation approaches Thanksgiving, and public health experts have warned that the large family gatherings expected for the holiday are likely to extend and exacerbate the surge.

    Biden has said turning the tide of the pandemic will be the top priority of his administration once he takes office in January, and he’s made multiple public remarks urging Americans to embrace mask-wearing and social distancing guidelines to combat the spread. The Democratic president-elect formed a coronavirus advisory board of scientists, doctors and public health experts, and he plans to establish a COVID-19 coordinator in the White House to lead his administration’s response.

    This week, however, Biden focused beyond the crisis stateside and unveiled his national security team on Tuesday, including his nominees for secretary of state, director of national intelligence and U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. Drawing implicit contrasts with President Donald Trump throughout the event, Biden said that the team “reflects the fact that America is back, ready to lead the world, not retreat from it.” He’s also expected to name Janet Yellen as treasury secretary in the coming weeks.

    The president-elect’s team has also begun the next phase of its transition preparations after the Trump-appointed head of the General Services Administration declared Biden the “apparent winner” of the election, removing a major roadblock to cooperation between Biden’s staff and their counterparts in the Trump administration.

    Joe Biden to deliver a Thanksgiving address seeking US unity

    Trump has refused to concede the election, and his campaign continues to pursue legal challenges to the vote in some states. But the GSA’s ascertainment of Biden’s win means the transition can proceed regardless of the Republican president’s resistance.

    Indeed, Biden said Tuesday in an interview with NBC’s Lester Holt that there’s been “immediate” outreach from Trump administration national security officials, and his team is working to arrange the classified briefings he’s afforded as president-elect, as well as a meeting with the White House’s Coronavirus Task Force to discuss its vaccine distribution plans.

    “And I must say, the outreach has been sincere,” he said.

    Biden said that despite the delay in his transition work, “I think we’re going to not be so far behind the curve as we thought we might be in the past.”

    But for the next few days, Biden plans to spend some time focused on his family. He’s traveling with his wife, Jill, to Rehoboth Beach, the small Delaware beach town where the two have a vacation home, where they’ll host their family for Thanksgiving dinner. Biden is expected to stay through the weekend in Rehoboth, before returning to Wilmington for further work on the transition.

      Donald Trump and Joe Biden each setting the tone for their administrations and one pardoned turkey

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      It was a tale of dueling presidencies Tuesday with Donald Trump and Joe Biden each setting the tone for their administrations and one pardoned turkey.

      “Together, these public servants will restore America globally, its global leadership and its moral leadership,” President-elect Biden said today as he officially introduced his primary foreign policy team with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris by his side. “It’s a team that will keep our country and our people safe and secure. And it’s a team that reflects the fact that America is back.”

      “I have always believed in the nobility of public service and these Americans embody it,” Harris said in a speech of her own. “I can say with confidence, that they are, to a person, the right women and men for these critical positions.”

      Joe Biden Promises “America Is Back” With Intro Of Foreign Policy Team; Donald Trump Goes Cold Turkey

      As for Trump, besides a brief statement earlier in the day on the stock market shattering records in reaction to the Biden transition officially underway, he spent his morning bantering over what turkey to pardon for what will be his final Thanksgiving in the White House. On a day that sees the coronavirus pandemic raging across the nation this holiday, the traditional light-hearted ceremonial event seemed even more surreal than usual.

      “That is a lucky bird,” an unmasked Trump said in granting Corn the turkey a reprieve. Wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving from the Rose Garden, the lame duck was gone in a matter of seconds with barely a word on the Covid-19 crisis except to call it the China virus, thank healthcare workers, and blurt out “thanks for the vaccines.”

      As a reporter yelled out “Will you be issuing a pardon for yourself?” Trump also didn’t say anything on whether or not he would formally concede to Biden.

      In a rare move acquiescing to the reality of the coronavirus, the Trumps will be staying at the White House this Thanksgiving. CNN, MSNBC and Fox News all covered the turkey pardon, which you would have missed if you took a sec to check your mail on your phone.

      Meanwhile, in remarks in Wilmington, DE, that were carried live on MSNBC, FNC, CNN as well as on ABC and NBC, Biden took more than a few swipes at Trump’s concluding reign of error this morning. As has been the case frequently since the former Vice President was declared the winner of the 2020 election November 7, Biden took no questions from the socially distanced media assembled – but he sure tweeted a summation of the carefully crafted event.

      Making no direct reference to the former Celebrity Apprentice host, the President-elect also spoke of the official sign-off yesterday of General Services Administrator Emily Murphy on the transition – three weeks after the election.

      “I am pleased to have received ascertainment from GSA, to carry out a smooth and peaceful transition of power so our team can prepare to meet the challenges at hand, to control the pandemic, build back better, and protect the safety and security of the American people,” Biden said in his remarks of just more than 12 minutes. “And to the United States Senate, I hope these outstanding nominees receive a prompt hearing, and that we can work across the aisle in good faith — move forward as a country.”

      Whether that Senate will remain under GOP control or have a tie-breaking new regime in the Democrats will depend on the results of the two runoff races in Georgia on January 5.

      In that vein, a day after their names were unveiled by the now official transition, the 46th POTUS-to-be brought onstage a group that served either with him or in the Obama administration.

      Biden’s former National Security Advisor from his VP days, Tony Blinken, has been nominated as Secretary of State and, in a literally and figurative rebuke of Trump’s policies, Alejandro Mayorkas will be the first Latino and the first immigrant to lead the Department of Homeland Security. “After years of chaos, dysfunction, and absolute cruelty at DHS, I am proud to nominate an experienced leader who has been hailed by both Democrats and Republicans,” Biden noted of Mayorkas.

      Former CIA Deputy Director Avril Haines has been put forth as the next Director of National Intelligence, the first woman in that position. Foreign Service veteran Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield will take America’s set at the U.N. and Jake Sullivan, another former Biden National Security Advisor VP, will lead the National Security Council. Calling him one of his “best friends,” Biden has appointed former Secretary of State and 2004 presidential candidate John Kerry to the newly created cabinet-level position of Special Presidential Envoy for Climate.

      “President Joe Biden will trust in God and he will also trust in science to guide our work on Earth to protect God’s creation,” Catholic Kerry said of his old pal and new boss, in another dig at Trump.

      Neither Biden nor Harris made any mention of Janet Yellen on Tuesday. Wanting the message of the day to be foreign policy and national security, the reported news that the ex-Federal Reserve chair had been tapped to be the next Treasury Secretary was to be for another news cycle — perhaps before Thanksgiving, or not.

        'Heal the damage': Activists urge Joe Biden to move beyond ‘border security’ | Environment | The Guardian
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        Biden has said he will end construction of Trump’s wall, but activists say they hope for more than a return to the status quo

        Perdue declines to participate in debate with Ossoff ahead of Georgia Senate runoff | TheHill
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        Sen. David Perdue (R-Ga.) will not participate in a debate with Jon Ossoff, his Democratic challenger in one of two Georgia Senate races headed for a runoff in January, the incumbent's campaign said.

        President Trump campaigns in Iowa, after first lady reveals their son Barron had COVID too - YouTube
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        First lady Melania Trump revealed that their son Barron contracted COVID-19 around the same time she and President Trump were diagnosed. She says he has sinc...

        Fact check: Trump attacks an imaginary version of Joe Biden - CNNPolitics
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        President Donald Trump returned to the rally stage on Monday with a slew of attacks on opponent Joe Biden.

        Expert calls first 2020 presidential debate "the most incoherent" he's ever seen - YouTube
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        Many viewers were turned off by the negative tone of the first presidential debate between President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Professor Larry ...

        US election polls tracker: who is leading in the swing states? | US news | The Guardian
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        As the presidential campaign heats up, the Guardian is tracking the latest polling in eight states that could decide the election

        Trump Winked and Nodded at Proud Boys, and Fears of Far-Right Election Intimidation and Violence Exploded
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        Party officials, activists, and experts were already spooked. Then the president said “stand by” to the Proud Boys.

        Trump steps up Iran fight in final election stretch | TheHill
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        President Trump is ramping up a fight with both Iran and U.S. allies with just weeks to go before the presidential election.

        US election polls tracker: who is leading in the swing states? | US news | The Guardian
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        As the presidential campaign heats up, the Guardian is tracking the latest polling in eight states that could decide the election

        Trump tells huge Michigan crowd that Melania thought Biden looked 'sad' when she watched him on TV | Daily Mail Online
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        Trump told a large Michigan crowd Thursday that First Lady Melania Trump thought Joe Biden looked 'sad' when she watched him on TV before attacking his rival for his bungled answer on trade.

        Biden lead evaporates in Texas: poll | TheHill
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        Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s lead over President Trump in Texas has evaporated, according to a new survey, leaving the race a toss-up in the state just two months before the election. 

        US Election 2020: Joe Biden endorsed by law enforcement chiefs | Daily Mail Online
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        Joe Biden's presidential campaign is rolling out the endorsements of more than 190 former sheriffs, state attorneys general, and U.S. attorneys as Donald Trump runs his 'law and order' campaign.

        Republican former Michigan governor says he's voting for Biden | TheHill
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        Former Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R) on Thursday endorsed Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, becoming the latest high-profile Republican to back President Trump's removal from the White House. 

        Biden lead over Trump narrows after Republican National Convention: poll | TheHill
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        Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s national polling lead over President Trump has shrunk after this week’s Republican National Convention, according to a new Morning Consult survey released Saturday.

        Donald Trump’s Bullet Point Tax Agenda
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        President Trump has reduced his second-term tax agenda to five bullet points. It isn't very illuminating.

        Trump advisers dismiss sister's comments as Pelosi slams stalled coronavirus talks | TheHill
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        White House and Trump campaign officials on Sunday dismissed audio of President Trump’s sister disparaging him, while Democrats and Republicans sparred on coronavirus relief and a measure that would provide $25 billion in funding for the postal se

        Trump targets Democrats over Pledge of Allegiance | TheHill
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        President Trump on Saturday hit Democrats over the Pledge of Allegiance, leaning deeper into the culture wars he hopes will elevate his reelection bid.

        Vermont Gov. Scott Joins Republicans Who Won’t Vote Trump—But Not Ready To Endorse Biden, Either
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        As Biden attempts to appeal to a spectrum of voters, some Republicans aren't convinced.

        Hillary Clinton delivers remarks at 2020 DNC - YouTube
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        Clinton was the 2016 Democratic nominee for president of the United States and former U.S. secretary of state. DNC Live Blog: Full 20...

        SE Cupp: This is enough of a reason to give Biden my vote - YouTube
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        CNN's SE Cupp, along with Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA), discuss the 2020 Democratic National Convention and what factors will push her to vote for Democratic pr...

        Trump breaks with CDC director on potential for 'worst fall' amid pandemic, flu season | TheHill
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        President Trump on Saturday said he disagreed with an assessment from the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that the United States could face the “worst fall” from a public health perspective if Americans do not follow g

        Kamala Harris just showed why Joe Biden chose her as his running mate - CNNPolitics
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        When Kamala Harris appeared with Joe Biden on Wednesday as his running mate for the first time, she showed why he had chosen her.

        Joe Biden predicts there will be an electric Corvette and he's probably right - CNN
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        Joe Biden's campaign recently released a video ad of the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee showing off his classic Corvette.

        Biden leads in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania due to COVID concerns, country's direction — Battleground Tracker poll - CBS News
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        The vast majority of voters in these two states say things in the U.S. are going badly. They think Joe Biden would do a better job of handling coronavirus by significant margins.

        Trump and the suburbs: is he out of tune with America's increasingly diverse voters? | US news | The Guardian
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        Suburbs are becoming more progressive, valuing diversity, and Trump is promoting a caricature of what they really are, strategists say

        Trump embraces jobs report signaling slowdown | TheHill
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        The White House is trying to capitalize on the latest jobs numbers, arguing they point to a strong economic recovery under President Trump even as millions remain out of work and states grapple with increases in cor

        How Could The 2020 Election Impact Control Of The Senate? | NBC News NOW - YouTube
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        NBC News' Steve Kornacki looks back at how previous presidential elections have shifted the number of seats each party held in the Senate and how the 2020 el...

        Twitter Says Hackers Downloaded Data of 8 Accounts in Cyberattack This Week | Technology News
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        Twitter disclosed earlier today that hackers were able to download account information of eight accounts using the company’s “Your Twitter Data” tool.

        Chris Wallace Schools Trump on Masks, Biden in Heated Fox News Interview
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        In a preview from Chris Wallace’s “Fox News Sunday” interview, the president takes a shot at Dr. Fauci and gets fact-checked for claiming Biden wants to “defund the police.”

        Democrats hope for tidal moment in Georgia with two Senate seats in play | TheHill
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        Republicans are scrambling to defend both of their Senate seats in Georgia as signs of trouble pile up for President Trump in the state.

        Trump claims storm, not turnout concerns, 'forced' him to cancel New Hampshire rally – live | US news | The Guardian
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        Tropical storm is not expected to hit New Hampshire, and Trump has previously held rallies despite bad weather conditions

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        The Biden-Sanders 'unity task force' just released its proposed DNC platform and it reads like a radical socialist wish list. #FoxNews #Hannity Subscribe to ...

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        A source tells ET that Kanye West is ‘100 percent planning on running for president’ in the 2020 election and it is ‘not a publicity stunt.’ A second source ...

        'We've got to do something': Republican rebels come together to take on Trump | US news | The Guardian
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        A slew of organized Republican groups have sprung up to do all they can to defeat Trump in November. Will their effort work?

        Biden ad mocks Trump claim of ‘too much winning’ as coronavirus cases surge toward second peak | The Independent
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        Likely Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has released an ad mocking President Donald Trump's promise to Americans that they would get "tired of winning". The ad, which began circulating on social media on Thursday, shows a clip of Mr Trump making the boast to supporters at a campaign rally. 

        Trump to hold in-person fundraiser with wealthy donors in Florida | TheHill
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        President Trump will hold an in-person fundraiser with wealthy donors in Florida next week to raise money for his campaign and the Republican National Committee (RNC),

        Trump visits battleground state of Wisconsin, touts manufacturing and military investment | TheHill
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        President Trump traveled to the battleground state of Wisconsin on Thursday, touring a shipyard in Marinette and highlighting his efforts to bring back manufacturing jobs and to invest in the U.S. military.

        Biden leads in key battleground states, Fox News poll shows
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        Joe Biden continues to lead President Trump in Texas, Georgia, North Carolina and Florida, a new Fox News poll has found.

        University of Michigan expected to withdraw from hosting presidential debate - CBS News
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        The university was scheduled to host the second of three debates between Trump and Biden this fall.

        Kathy Lueders now has the job of making NASA's 2024 moon landing happen | TheHill
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        NASA just appointed a new head of the human spaceflight program, whose main mission will be to land the first woman on the moon.

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