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Friday November 20, 2020 - Times viewed: 1072
Michigan group sues Trump campaign citing disenfranchisement of Black voters
A group of Michigan voters has sued Donald Trump and his reelection campaign, asserting the president's legal challenges to the 2020 election violated the rights of Black voters. In a lawsuit filed in D.C. federal court Friday, the group alleged the Trump campaign is attempting mass voter suppression — particularly among Black voters — by pressuring election officials into not certifying the election results in their state. "Repeating false ...
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Friday November 20, 2020 - Times viewed: 1056
President Donald Trump’s effort to overturn the election results is about to smash into reality: a gauntlet of battleground state deadlines that are poised to extinguish his increasingly desperate attempts to hold onto the presidency. Michigan is due to certify its state results Monday. Arizona and Pennsylvania counties must also finalize their results the same day. On the heels of Georgia’s certification of Joe Biden’s victory on Friday, the ...

Friday November 20, 2020 - Times viewed: 1076
Trump, allies make frantic steps to overturn Biden victory
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump and his allies are taking increasingly frantic steps to subvert the results of the 2020 election, including summoning state legislators to the White House as part of a longshot bid to overturn Joe Biden’s victory. Among other last-ditch tactics: personally calling local election officials who are trying to rescind their certification votes in Michigan, suggesting in a legal challenge that Pennsylvania s ...
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Friday November 20, 2020 - Times viewed: 1202
Mitt Romney calls president's actions 'undemocratic'
The Utah Republican Party issued a statement supporting President Donald Trump as he questions the results of the 2020 presidential election Thursday, while one of Utah’s Republican senators took the opposite view on Twitter calling the president’s actions “undemocratic.” “Earlier today, President Trump’s legal team held a press conference outlining evidence of what appears to be widespread improprieties in the elections practices in states su ...
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Wednesday November 18, 2020 - Times viewed: 1093
ATLANTA - Officials in Georgia are looking at a deadline for Wednesday to complete a hand tally of the presidential race in the state. The hand recount of nearly 5 million votes stems from an audit required by a new state law and wasn’t in response to any suspected problems with the state’s results or an official recount request. The law requires the audit to be done before the counties' certified results can be certified by the state. The ...

Wednesday November 18, 2020 - Times viewed: 1059
Trump Fires Election Security Chief, Also Second In Command Quits Over Trump Firing
President Donald Trump on Tuesday fired the director of the federal agency operating the 2020 election returns. With a simple tweet, Trump fired Christopher Krebs, saying his recent statement defending the security of the election was "highly inaccurate." Trump Tweets: "The recent statement by Chris Krebs on the security of the 2020 Election was highly inaccurate, in that there were massive improprieties and fraud - including dead peop ...
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Monday November 16, 2020 - Times viewed: 1125
Trump backers drop court cases challenging voting results in four states, another setback in bid to undo Biden win
Plaintiffs aligned with President Donald Trump in four states on Monday abruptly dropped recently filed lawsuits challenging ballots seen as giving President-elect Joe Biden his margin of victory in those locales. The dismissals of the cases, which all involved plaintiffs represented by lawyer James Bopp and the conservative group True the Vote, occurred in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. The cases are among a group filed by ...
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Monday November 16, 2020 - Times viewed: 1133
Beyond irresponsible: Republicans must put Americans and reality ahead of fealty to Trump
The election is over. Our nation turned out to vote in record numbers, and the results are clear. This was a free and fair election of which we can be proud. More than 72 million votes were cast for Donald Trump and more than 77 million for Joe Biden. Biden has clearly achieved the 270-vote threshold in the Electoral College, and he is the president-elect. President Trump has refused to publicly accept the election results and has his campaig ...
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Monday November 16, 2020 - Times viewed: 1059
What if Trumps Tries to Pardon Himself?
In the aftermath of his electoral defeat, we are confronted with the possibility President Donald Trump might pardon himself. No other president, not even Richard Nixon, has dared to do so. But Trump may want to extricate himself from the web of criminal accusations surrounding him. A self-pardon would be an assault on the rule of law and the principle that no person, including the president, is above the law. The public outcry would be enormous. ...
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Sunday November 15, 2020 - Times viewed: 1125
3 scholars say Trump isn't staging a coup, but he still poses a threat to democracy
It’s been a week since President-elect Joe Biden’s supporters danced in the streets of cities across the US after every major news organization called the race in his favor. But their sense of relief at President Donald Trump’s loss has been replaced with uncertainty as Trump tries to sow public distrust in the result and overturn it, testing the limits of America’s democratic norms and institutions. Trump has refused to concede, falsely claim ...
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Sunday November 15, 2020 - Times viewed: 1152
What to do when your president has a temper tantrum
There are several reasons presidents cry. Anyone who has ever had one and been up half the night with it – or all the night with it, night after night – can tell you this. Sometimes presidents cry because they’re tired, sometimes they cry because they need their nappy changed, sometimes they cry because they don’t want you to leave them, sometimes they cry because they have a gnawing pain in their tummy, and sometimes they cry because they’re jus ...
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Sunday November 15, 2020 - Times viewed: 1099
A Child Psychiatrist's Perspective on Trump's Behavior
Why would any parent bring their kid to a child psychiatrist? Well, I’m a child psychiatrist and the most common reason parents bring their kids to see me in my clinical practice is because they are worried about certain behaviors and want help and advice in evaluating their child. They want professional advice about the severity of problems and necessity for treatment. They want to know what’s normal and what’s off the chart. Problemati ...
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Saturday November 14, 2020 - Times viewed: 1120
What Europe fears most about the US election
(CNN) Europe, but particularly France and Germany -- the two motor nations of the continent -- are holding their collective breath for the outcome of Tuesday's American presidential election. They recognize that the future of the trans-Atlantic relationship, the very nature of the Atlantic alliance, which has preserved the peace in Europe for three-quarters of a century, hangs in the balance. However, there is a dawning recognition in both nat ...
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Saturday November 14, 2020 - Times viewed: 1096
Giuliani wrecks Trump campaign's well-laid legal plans
President Donald Trump’s senior campaign aides were gathered in their headquarters Saturday morning when word emerged that Rudy Giuliani would be holding a news conference in the parking lot of a Philadelphia landscaping business. They knew that meant trouble. Senior campaign aides scurried to urge organizers to kill the event, infamously staged at the wrong “Four Seasons” — a landscaping business adjacent to an adult bookstore and a cremat ...
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Saturday November 14, 2020 - Times viewed: 1118
The end of American democracy as we know it - if Donald Trump Wins Election
The legal barrage by President Donald Trump’s campaign against election results in battleground states is highly unlikely to succeed. But it still has the potential to test American democracy as Trump tries to cling to power despite losing the election. Lawsuits filed in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Arizona — all states that voted for Democratic candidate Joe Biden — ask judges to prevent those states from certifying their results. That has rai ...
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Saturday November 14, 2020 - Times viewed: 1102
Trump, for once, listened when aides told him to lay low
America finally got something it essentially hasn’t had since 2015 — a week without Donald Trump’s voice. No rally. No sparring with reporters. No unwieldy Fox News interviews. No unscripted moments with world leaders. Yes, there was his always-active Twitter feed. And there was even one speech late Friday about the progress of a coronavirus vaccine, announced on two-hours’ notice. But even then, the president mostly read from a script befo ...
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Thursday November 12, 2020 - Times viewed: 1102
Biden not getting intelligence reports because Trump officials wont recognize him as president-elect
WASHINGTON —The Trump administration's unwillingness to acknowledge that former Vice President Joe Biden won the election has led to an unusual restriction on the flow of national security information to the president-elect. In a statement to NBC News, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence said it will not interface with the Biden transition until the General Services Administration decides it's clear who won, a process known as ...
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Thursday November 12, 2020 - Times viewed: 1138
Biden moves forward, names longtime adviser chief of staff
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President-elect Joe Biden on Wednesday named longtime adviser Ron Klain as his White House chief of staff, his first major appointment, as he builds his administration regardless of whether President Donald Trump accepts the election results. Klain, 59, served as Biden’s chief of staff when he was vice president under President Barack Obama and had been widely expected to be named to the post. He also has experience b ...
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Thursday November 12, 2020 - Times viewed: 1138
Biden reassures U.S. allies in calls with leaders of Japan, South Korea, Australia
SEOUL/TOKYO/WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) - In their first calls with Joe Biden since the U.S. election, the leaders of Japan, South Korea and Australia on Thursday reaffirmed plans to form close ties with the president-elect to tackle issues including climate change and regional security. The three key Asian allies - Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison - join oth ...
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Thursday November 12, 2020 - Times viewed: 1117
Trump officials mocked Democrats in 2016 as 'sore losers' for not accepting election results
(CNN)Top Donald Trump campaign and White House officials continue to baselessly assert there was widespread election fraud in the 2020 election and refuse to acknowledge President-elect Joe Biden's victory, but four years ago, those close to Trump mocked Democrats who didn't accept his victory as "sore losers." In 2016, Trump's allies routinely attacked recount efforts that they said were "based on no evidence" and were designed to "delegitimi ...
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Thursday November 12, 2020 - Times viewed: 1139
State Department is preventing Biden from accessing messages from foreign leaders
Washington (CNN)A stack of messages from foreign leaders to President-elect Joe Biden are sitting at the State Department but the Trump administration is preventing him from accessing them, according to State Department officials familiar with the messages. Traditionally, the State Department supports all communications for the President-elect, which is why many countries began sending messages to State over the weekend. But with Biden prohibi ...
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Wednesday November 11, 2020 - Times viewed: 1125
Trump administration removes senior defense officials and installs loyalists, triggering alarm at Pentagon
Washington (CNN)The Trump administration has carried out sweeping changes atop the Defense Department's civilian leadership structure, removing several of its most senior officials and replacing them with perceived loyalists to the President. The flurry of changes, announced by the Department of Defense in a statement roughly 24 hours after President Donald Trump fired Defense Secretary Mark Esper, have put officials inside the Pentagon on edg ...
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Monday November 9, 2020 - Times viewed: 1109
(CNN) Even with President Donald Trump still refusing to concede the election, President-elect Joe Biden will launch an aggressive plan on Monday to control the pandemic that is escalating at an alarming rate and will define his administration as soon as he takes office. Biden's announcement of a coronavirus task force is an acknowledgment of record new infection numbers in recent days that mean that the Covid-19 crisis will be far worse by th ...

Monday November 9, 2020 - Times viewed: 1069
Will Donald Trump ever concede?
White House advisers carefully told President Donald Trump that his chances in any legal fight are slim if not nearly impossible. Biden has turned its attention to the transition and to covid-19. World leaders have offered congratulations to Joe Biden. If Donald Trump refused to concede, it would break a 124 years tradition of American history and undermine the election results and increase political tensions. “It will be truly harmful,” sa ...
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Sunday November 8, 2020 - Times viewed: 1106
Here's What Kamala Harris Faces as a 'First'
So many firsts. First woman. First Black vice president. First Black woman vice president. First South Asian American. First South Asian American woman. First VP whose parents come from India and Jamaica. First VP who counts Prince and Bootsy and hiphop among her musical loves. First VP who’s a stepmom. First VP to be a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha. First HBCU grad. First vice president married to a man … Kamala Harris, who made her acceptance ...
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Sunday November 8, 2020 - Times viewed: 1117
How Pennsylvania was won
PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia suburbs rebelled. Joe Biden’s Scranton roots paid off. And two key counties that flipped to Donald Trump in 2016 appear to have had buyer’s remorse. The story of how Biden won the critical battleground state of Pennsylvania is one that winds through every big city and small town here before ending in front of a worldwide audience watching the state’s vote count send him to the Oval Office. “Pennsylvania, hist ...
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Sunday November 8, 2020 - Times viewed: 1134
Rudy Giuliani says Trump will not concede election
Rudy Giuliani said at a press conference shortly after Joe Biden was projected to become the 46th president of the United States that President Trump will not concede the election. "Obviously he's not going to concede when at least 600,000 ballots are in question," Giuliani said in Philadelphia on Saturday. The president's personal attorney claimed, without evidence, that ballots were tampered with in Pennsylvania, the state that gave Biden ...
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Sunday November 8, 2020 - Times viewed: 1089
Trump does not plan to concede any time soon, aides and allies indicate
The president, who has spent months trying to undermine the election results with unproven allegations of fraud, pledged on Saturday to go forward with a legal strategy that he hopes will overturn state results that gave Biden the win in Tuesday’s vote. Trump aides and Republican allies, while somewhat conflicted on how to proceed, largely supported his strategy or remained silent. “The simple fact is this election is far from over. Joe Biden ...
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Sunday November 8, 2020 - Times viewed: 1130
Fight for Senate control awaits in Georgia after Biden's win
WASHINGTON (AP) — Control of the Senate likely won’t be decided until a January runoff in Georgia, even after Democrat Joe Biden won the White House on Saturday. That post-election cliff-hanger will determine the balance of power in Washington, as neither party appears to have a lock on a Senate majority right now. So far, the tally for the next Senate is 48 Republicans and 48 Democrats after Tuesday’s election. Two seats in Georgia are hea ...
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Sunday November 8, 2020 - Times viewed: 1108
Senate Control Likely Decided By Fate Of 2 Georgia Runoff Races
Control of the Senate may hinge on Georgia's two runoff races in January as no candidate in either contest has reached a required 50% threshold in votes to win outright. That means Georgia, which is also still counting ballots in a neck-and-neck presidential race expected to go to a recount, is shaping up to be ground zero for whether Congress will be divided again next year. "All eyes will be on Georgia for the next two months," Emory Univ ...
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