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President-elect Joe and FLOTUS-elect Jill Biden for CNN on Thanksgiving (11.26.2020).

President-elect Joe Biden and FLOTUS-elect Jill Biden co-wrote an opinion piece for CNN on Thanksgiving and thankfulness during the COVID times. 

This Thanksgiving, tables throughout our country will have an empty chair.

It may be for the loved one who can’t travel or the parent stationed overseas. Perhaps it’s for your sister or brother just across town – staying away to protect everyone during this pandemic, making sure next year will be celebrated together.

For the families of the Americans lost this year, that chair is another reminder that someone they love will never come home again.

Over the years, the traditions our family created became sacred rituals: making family recipes, passed down from generation to generation, in a warm, crowded kitchen; setting the table with fresh flowers and lighting candles; playing football and games of checkers; taking our ever-growing family photo. Traditions helped us find joy after having our own empty chair at the table. They remind us that, even as so much changes, the bonds of family don’t.

This year, our turkey will be smaller and the clatter of cooking a little quieter. There will be no family walks in the cold or playful bickering amongst the grandkids. Like millions of Americans, we are temporarily letting go of the traditions we can’t do safely.

It is not a small sacrifice. These moments with our loved ones – time that’s lost – can’t be returned. Yet, we know it’s the price of protecting each other and one we don’t pay alone. Isolated in our own dining rooms and kitchens, scattered from coast to coast, we are healing together.

Still, like you, our family will hold on to our most important tradition: taking a moment to count the many reasons we have to be grateful.

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The Media Can’t Wait To Kiss Biden’s Ass | Ep. 1145

As Biden prepares his team, the media can’t help but drool; the culture wars continue and deepen as the Left feels its oats; and Democrats try to grab control of the Senate.

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does this guy really think he is making a big statement trying to be difficult or how he is trying to “snub” joe biden lol…. breaking the tradition of not inviting him to the white house in a peaceful transition? he’s been there before, beloved <3 “i won the election im still president this is a mistake” bitch you will be escorted off the premises

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The people are lying,

Other countries are lying,

The scientists and the reporters are lying.

Joe Biden is lying,

That Kamala’s lying,

Everyone on his whole team knows they’re lying.

Why are you lying, folks?

Listen to me,

I’m the very best president you’ll ever see.

Lying is great,

Sometimes even strong,

But lying about greatness is where you went wrong.

So I won’t concede!

This is only my land!

Like the corner in kindergarten where I was made stand!

My teacher was lying

And so it seems you,

But liars are liars

(Trust the plan and trust Q)

-a poem by Donald J. Trump


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A little bird was flying south for the winter.  It was so cold the bird froze and fell to the ground in a large field.  While it was lying there, a cow came by and dropped some dung on it.  

As the frozen bird lay there in the warm pile of cow dung, the bird soon began to sing for joy.   A passing cat heard the bird singing promptly dug him out and ate him.

Pointing out that not everyone who craps on you is your enemy, and not everyone who gets you out of crap is your friend.

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I will leave White House if Joe Biden is confirmed as president,’ says Donald Trump

Trump again repeated his accusation of election fraud and said that it would be tough for him to concede because of that.

United States President Donald Trump on Thursday said for the first time that he will leave the White House if the electoral college confirms President-elect Joe Biden’s victory, CNN reported. Trump, however, added that he was not prepared to concede

“Certainly I will, and you know that,” Trump said when a reporter asked him about leaving the White House if Biden is confirmed as the president in December. “I will and you know that.”

Trump again repeated his accusation of “massive voter fraud” in the elections and said that it would be tough for him to concede because of that. He claimed that it would be a mistake on the part of the electoral college to confirm Biden as president “cause this election was a fraud”.

This was the first time Trump answered questions from reporters since the election on November 3.

Biden has been projected to become the president with 306 electoral votes, against Trump’s tally of 232. He is likely to be confirmed by the electoral college on December 14 and sworn into office on January 20.

Trump, who has continued to deny his defeat in the election, on Monday agreed to allow the transition process to begin.

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