The GSA has ascertained that Joe Biden is the “apparent winner” of the election. Trump, who had refused to concede, said he is directing his team to cooperate but vows to keep up the fight.
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Allies of Trump and losing GOP Senate candidate John James had urged the panel to delay voting for two weeks to audit votes in heavily Democratic Wayne County, home to Detroit.
After a bruising election, one President Donald Trump has so far refused to concede, Americans are left trying to repair divides that are deeper and more personal than ever.
Vice President Mike Pence campaigned in Georgia as the state’s two Republican senators try to hold off Democratic challengers in January 5th runoffs.
After the Associated Press declared Joe Biden as the winner of the 2020 U.S. presidential election, the PBS NewsHour airs a special focusing on this historic election and what comes next.
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GSA recognizes Biden victory, opening up transition to White House
Biden transition gains momentum as Trump continues to deny election results
James Jeffrey, former Special Rep. for Syria Engagement, joins the program.
Shields and Brooks on the danger of Trump’s refusal to concede
How Republicans are responding to Trump's continued election defiance
How leaders around the world are reacting to Biden's win
Biden proceeds with staffing plans as Trump exerts pressure on GOP
Presidential candidates need 270 electoral votes to win an election. Click on this interactive map to see how Joe Biden surpassed the threshold to win the presidency.