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* Commissioner candidate Steadman concedes to Edwards,
* ‘Abuse of the rule of law’: 1,000 ex-judges, attorneys on Trump’s false voter fraud claims,
* Biden to bring back daily press briefings!

These are the world leaders most affected by a Biden presidency
Credit: Financial Times


+ The Olympian: Thurston County parents plead, sometimes tearfully, for a return to school

+ News-Tribune: Steadman concedes Thurston Commissioner race as Edwards’ lead increases

+ Walla Walla Union Bulletin: Yelm couple had tragedy prevented last month by the actions of Walla Walla’s animal control officer, Sallie McCullough [Ed. note: Happy ending!].


‘Abuse of the rule of law’: 1,000 ex-judges, attorneys slam Trump’s false claims of voter fraud

Former Trump Chief of Staff John Kelly blasts Trump for not helping with the transition: ‘The downside to not doing so could be catastrophic’

MSNBC’s Ari Melber: Team Trump is learning it’s harder to lie in court than a briefing room

Secretaries of state weigh in on Trump’s lawsuits and claims of fraud,” by TODAY on NBC.

I [Brett McGurk] served through two presidential transitions. What Trump’s doing is dangerous.

[Retired U. S. Attorney] Joyce Vance explains why not even a ‘self-pardon’ can protect Trump now

Federal prosecutors [Sixteen assistant U.S. attorneys] assigned to monitor election malfeasance tell Barr they see no evidence of substantial irregularities

As Trump stews over election, he mostly ignores the public duties of the presidency

As Trump separates from Fox News, what’s next for both?


Biden to bring back daily press briefings

Joe Biden projected to win Arizona, the first Democrat to do so since 1996

Biden apparent winner over Trump in Georgia, first Democrat to take state since ’92

China congratulates President-elect Joe Biden on White House win — eventually

Obama blasts Republicans refusing to accept Biden’s win

Edward Snowden tweeted his concerns with some of Biden’s “agency review teams” saying, “Whether you’re for or against Biden, this thread is an important look into the troubling histories of some of those he has chosen to reshape agencies that have a tremendous influence over your life — no matter where you live.” Click here

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