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GOP Sen. Rob Portman: There’s No Proof Of Fraud

GOP Sen. Rob Portman writes for the Cincinnati Enquirer: States have now completed counting votes and most battleground states will have certified their election results as of this week. Some state recounts have been completed and those remaining are expected to be completed within the next two weeks. Based on all the information currently available, neither the final lawful vote …

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NZ Prime Minister Talks COVID Strategy With Biden

The Washington Post reports: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said Monday that she spoke with President-elect Joe Biden in a “positive and warm phone call” and has offered to share resources, data and experts who can shed light on the country’s successful coronavirus response. Biden “spoke positively about New Zealand’s response to the pandemic,” which has involved a strict …

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Airports See Highest Numbers Since Start Of Pandemic

The New York Times reports: More travelers were screened at airport security checkpoints on Sunday than on any day since the pandemic took hold in March, a worrying sign that people flying to visit their families for Thanksgiving could increase the spread of the coronavirus. A little more than one million people were screened by the Transportation Security Administration on …

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CA Gov Under Pressure Campaign On Harris Successor

Politico reports: As speculation grows that Gov. Gavin Newsom is leaning toward California elections chief Alex Padilla to fill the U.S. Senate seat of Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, a crowd of top Democratic donors and former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown are launching an aggressive campaign to argue that another woman of color should fill that seat instead. Brown, the …

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US Surgeon General: White House Thanksgiving Parties Could Definitely Act As “Superspreader Events” [VIDEO]

The Washington Post reports: Indoor holiday celebrations like those being arranged at the White House can accelerate the spread of the coronavirus, U.S. Surgeon General Jerome M. Adams said Monday after initially dodging a question about the Trump administration’s plans. “Americans have been told that we can’t even see our families for this holiday, and yet here’s the White House …

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POLL: 66% Of GOP Voters Back Trump Bid In 2024

The Hill reports: Sixty-six percent of Republican voters support President Trump running for president again in 2024, according to a new survey. The poll from Seven Letter Insight asked what voters would support or oppose Trump doing after the 2020 election wraps up. While two-thirds of Republican respondents said they would support another presidential bid in 2024, 41 percent of …

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Pro-Trump Lawyer Turns On GOP Georgia Senators

The Daily Mail reports: President Trump’s attorney has suggested to voters in Georgia, where two Senate runoff elections are due to take place in January, they should hold off voting for two Republican Senators until they are seen to be doing more to help the president fight to overturn the 2020 election result. Lawyer Lin Wood stated in a tweet …

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WI Trump Lawyer Voted Illegally, Per His Own Lawsuit

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports: The attorney leading President Donald Trump’s recount effort in Wisconsin voted illegally according to his own legal argument that in-person absentee ballots should be thrown out. So did his wife. Jim Troupis, a former Dane County judge and Cross Plains attorney who is representing the Trump campaign, would not answer questions about why he and …

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Top Trump Wall Street Donor: It’s Over, Let’s Move On

Axios reports: It’s over. That’s what Blackstone chairman, CEO and co-founder Steve Schwarzman — one of President Trump’s most loyal allies — and other top Republicans are signaling to the defeated president, 16 days after Joe Biden clinched the win. Why it matters: It’s all theatrics now. Even if Trump doesn’t move on fast, you can. It is safe to …

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Trump To Veto Defense Funding Bill Over Base Names

NBC News reports: President Donald Trump is threatening to veto legislation to fund the military as one of his final acts in office unless a widely supported, bipartisan provision to rename military bases honoring Confederate military leaders is removed, according to White House, defense and congressional sources. Since the Nov. 3 election, Trump has privately told Republican lawmakers that he …

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