President Donald Trump was filmed on Monday night doing what might be his last political dance. The president was at a Georgia rally dancing to the song, "Y.M.C.A." He was there with daughter, Ivanka, encouraging Republican voters to turn out in the historic election that will determine which political party has control of the U.S. Senate. Trump got Republican candidate Kelly Lofler's name wrong, calling her "Karen" instead.
President Trump returned to the campaign trail on Saturday to urge voters to support the two incumbent Republican Senators in Georgia who face runoff elections next month. He first called the state's Republican governor, demanding Joe Biden's victory be overturned. President Donald Trump returned to the White House on Sunday after spending the Thanksgiving holiday break with his family at Camp David. (Nov. 29) World leaders, both allies and adversaries, are reacting to the unprecedented attack on the U.S. Capitol. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams joined CBSN to break down the response from different countries and give insight into how the unrest compares to coups she's reported around the world.
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