With Rick Klein
Take him seriously at the moment… it may be even more terrifying.
President-elect Biden chose these two options. This election is not particularly close-despite all the false claims mentioned above, it is almost impossible for this period to end in any way except for Biden̵
Although Biden’s actions in his cabinet and Congress may have more reason to be offended by Trump and Republicans than most people, he does not sound particularly worried about this move.
In an interview with ABC News Senior Congress Correspondent Mary Bruce, Biden asked him to speak to Trump, and he replied: “Mr. President, I look forward to talking with you.”
This is an exciting response-not only because Biden and his team understand the White House, but the transition is good. Biden maintains faith in the state, state capital, and Washington’s election procedures and systems.
Some Democrats may irritate Biden’s refusal to condemn Republicans who support Trump.
It is worth noting that Biden also stated that he looks forward to “negotiations” with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on the selection of his cabinet. Of course, many progressives believe that McConnell is not worth negotiating with, and hope that he will actually become the leader of the majority party in the Senate. Next Congress.
Biden’s team is currently in an ugly state, and may become terrible, which is why the system solidifies its foundation. Biden drove his campaign in a solid middle conviction from the beginning, what it looks like will become the defining feature of his presidency.
The latest election: Joe Biden leads the referendum with 77,083,679 votes and is expected to have 279 electoral votes. President Donald Trump followed closely with 72,159,215 votes and is expected to receive 214 votes.
Collaboration with MaryAlice Parks
Assuming the cloak of Commander Biden, Biden is unwilling to wait for the development of foreign and domestic policies.
Biden answered a series of calls from international allies on Tuesday. In the astonishing development of the twists and turns of American history, it seems that foreign leaders are working hard to emphasize and legitimize the American election.
His message to his colleagues abroad is: “The United States is back. We will rejoin this game. It is not just the United States.”
When asked about working with Republicans who still refused to recognize his reasonable and reasonable claims for victory, Biden turned to the urgency of the moment and the need to pass the coronavirus rescue package.
“People need relief now. Small businesses, people who are unemployed because they cannot repay their mortgages, unemployment insurance. You know, what is going to happen is what people will see? Without realizing that state and local assistance cannot be provided, you will Seeing that the police, firefighters, and first responders were fired.” When asked about McConnell’s recent comments, Biden said that he may not realize the results of the election until the results of the election. The electoral college meets next month.
When talking about passing such legislation, the former senator added: “I think the pressure will increase. But the truth is that I hope the president at least has the sensitivity and knowledge to understand a lot of things. People are genuine The trouble, now, between the time we are elected-until we get the oath of office, so this is my hope and expectation, I am sure that the majority leader-the Speaker of the House and the minority leader, are now working hard to make Priorities identified.”
Tips with Quinn Scanlan
With Democrat Cal Cunningham’s concession to Republican Senator Thom Tillis, the only Senate campaign yet to be predicted is in Alaska. Democrat Al Gross wants to defeat the Republican Party. The current President Dan Sullivan (Dan Sullivan). After a week-long interruption, without any results, election officials in Alaska uploaded about 70,000 votes overnight, and Sullivan still leads, accounting for 58% to 36%.
If that game continues to favor Republicans, the Democrats’ only hope of controlling the upper house of Congress is not only to win one victory, but to win two runoff elections for the Georgia Senate. For Democrats, this is an uphill battle, but when they think that enthusiasm is on the side, Republicans are trying to build some of their own.
Senator Marco Rubio (R. Fla.) will hold a rally for Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue on Wednesday morning, while Vice President Mike Pence (Mike Pence) plans to run for two Republicans in the state on November 20 and tweeted on Tuesday: “We will continue to work hard to send @Perduesenate and @KLoeffler back to the Republican majority in the Senate. Next week. See you in Georgia!”
In their arsenal, the Democrats have 2018 governor candidate Stacey Abrams (Stacey Abrams), who won many honors for Biden’s 14,000-vote lead in Peach State. To date, she has raised nearly $10 million in funding to support the Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock campaigns and her voting rights organization Fair Fight.
The “Start Here” podcast from ABC News. In an episode on Wednesday morning, ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Carr and ABC News Senior Congress Correspondent Mary Bruce – the two discussed the growing number of lawmakers who refused to recognize that President Donald Trump had lost general election. ABC News senior Washington correspondent Devin Dwyer reviewed Tuesday’s oral arguments in the Supreme Court in the key Obamacare case. Megan Williams of ABC News told us about the main findings of the report published by the Catholic Church on the loss of former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. http://apple.co/2HPocUL
The “Power Politics” podcast from ABC News. The well-known sports broadcaster Jim Gray discussed his new book “Talking with Goats: Moments You Remember and Stories You Have Never Heard”, as well as comments on Muhammad Ali and Tom. Interview with the greatest athletes including Tom Brady. Since Gerald Ford, he has also interviewed every president and will share his views on sports and politics. https://bit.ly/3jXffaT
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