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CBS News 16 Nov 2020

President-elect Biden preparing for first days in office despite Trump denials


White House officials refuse to meet with President-elect Joe Biden or assist his transition team, as President Trump continues to push unfounded claims of voter fraud. But Biden is still moving forward with plans to deal with the pandemic, economy, immigration and climate change. CBS News' Michael George reports on the latest, and then CBS News correspondent Nikole Killion joins CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss where things stand.

Days after Joe Biden was projected to be the winner of the 2020 U.S. presidential race, Donald Trump still hasn't conceded. As Democrats are celebrating Biden's victory across the country, many Republicans are standing behind President Trump's unfounded claim that there were wide spread voter frauds in key battleground states and Biden "stole" the election.

Can President-elect Joe Biden succeed in reuniting his deeply divided country?

Yes, says former MSNBC anchor Chris Matthews.

"I think we have a good president for our time."

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"In my 35 years in the Foreign Service across four continents, I put a Cajun spin on it. I called it Gumbo Diplomacy."

Linda Thomas-Greenfield, President-elect Joe Biden's choice to be U.S. Ambassador to the UN, talked about her approach to international diplomacy.
President Trump golfs at the Trump National Golf Course in Sterling, Virginia, as 2020 presidential election is called for Joe Biden.
Intelligence officials say Iran and Russia are interfering in the U.S. campaign. The announcement came as both presidential candidates are preparing for the final debate tonight. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid joins CBSN to talk about the latest.

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