Associated Press
Associated Press 25 Nov 2020

Biden's unity appeal in Thanksgiving-eve address


President-elect Joe Biden appealed for unity Wednesday in a Thanksgiving-eve address to the nation asking Americans to "steel our spines" for a fight against the coronavirus that he predicted would continue for months. (Nov. 25)

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