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2020: Year in White House Race

If not for the coronavirus pandemic, the presidential election would have likely been the biggest news story of 2020. The year started off hot with the impeachment trial of President Trump; he was acquitted by the Senate in February. Meanwhile a crowded field battled for the Democratic nomination. COVID-19 shook up everything and after a bruising campaign, Joe Biden is the president-elect even as Trump spins false narratives about voter fraud. Join us as we look back at the dizzying campaign.

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    Biden defeats Trump in an election he made about character of the nation and the President

    Biden defeats Trump in an election he made about character of the nation and the President

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    CNN - Stephen Collinson

    CNN — America has chosen Democrat Joe Biden as its 46th president, CNN projects, turning at a time of national crisis to a man whose character was forged by aching personal tragedy and who is pledging to restore calm and truth after Donald Trump’s exhausting and manic single term. In a victory speech …

    How the COVID-19 pandemic changed the US election

    How the COVID-19 pandemic changed the US election

    Analysis: The coronavirus has upended the way Americans are approaching going to the polls and deepened already wide differences. In February as the Iowa caucuses were getting under way, to kick off the election year, political observers were musing about Donald Trump’s strengths going into the 2020 …

    The Fall and Rise of Kamala Harris

    The Fall and Rise of Kamala Harris

    A heady moment of confrontation with Joe Biden at a debate seemed likely to linger awkwardly, dooming a future political partnership. But, on Tuesday, evolution was in the air. To look at Presidential politics in 2020, you’d think that the one concept unifying the nation was a longing for a …

    Trump won't commit to peaceful transfer of power

    Trump won't commit to peaceful transfer of power

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    BBC News

    US President Donald Trump has refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses November's election. "Well, we'll have to see what happens," the president told a news conference at the White House. "You know that." Mr Trump also said he believed the election result could end up in the US …

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