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We Like to Call This Next Act: Transition Troubles

Joe Biden is the president-elect. Now that we've settled that — the Trump administration and many Senate Republicans are grasping at straws to halt the transition.

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We Like to Call This Next Act: Transition Troubles
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    Trump Refuses to Concede

    Five days later, Trump still will not concede the election. Now the DoJ is getting involved, the Sec. of State is refusing to acknowledge Biden’s victory, and dozens of top Republicans are falling in line.

    Trump Still Not Conceding

    Joe Biden is the president-elect. Now that we’ve settled that — the Trump admin is grasping at straws to halt the transition. Here’s how.

    Pompeo Says Quiet Part Out Loud

    No, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, there will not be a second Trump administration.

    GOP Senators Fall in Line

    Say what you want about Senate Republicans, but they know how to follow a GOP talking point.

    Dems Fight Back

    Democrats are not backing down, insisting that Joe Biden will take office on January 20th. Because, well ... he will.

    The Last Word(s)

    Biden to Trump: "Mr. President, I look forward to speaking with you."

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