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ABC News 20 Nov 2020

President-elect Biden: Trump sending 'damaging messages' to the world


President-elect Joe Biden called President Donald Trump's recent efforts to sway the election outcome in his favor "totally irresponsible."

After his Thanksgiving conference call with members of the military, President Trump confirmed he plans to travel to Georgia to help incumbent Republican Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue win reelection. President-elect Biden also plans to visit the Peach State to support Democratic challengers Reverend Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff. Georgia Public Broadcasting Reporter Stephen Fowler breaks down the impact these visits could have on the runoff races and gives us the latest in Georgia politics.
Mary Turner is an ICU nurse in Minnesota and has been on the frontlines since February. She recently had the chance to speak with President-elect Joe Biden. She is now feeling hopeful, saying, "I finally felt like I had someone I could say all my concerns to, and I felt President-Elect Biden could do something about it."
President-elect Biden is asking Americans to adhere to coronavirus guidelines and stay safe over the holidays, noting the shared sacrifice everyone in this country must take to keep one another safe. CBS News' Nikole Killion joined CBSN with more on the message from the incoming administration.
President-elect Joe Biden is beginning his transition to the White House with the announcement of his COVID-19 advisory board to tackle the pandemic. It comes as President Trump has not yet conceded and is pushing forward with election-related lawsuits. CBS News' Debra Alfarone reports and joins CBSN with the latest.

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