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America will soon have a government that treats the climate crisis as the urgent national security threat it is. I'm proud to partner with the President-elect, our allies, and the young leaders of the climate movement to take on this crisis as the President's Climate Envoy.

The work we began with the Paris Agreement is far from done. I'm returning to government to get America back on track to address the biggest challenge of this generation and those that will follow. The climate crisis demands nothing less than all hands on deck.

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My daughter isn't coming to Thanksgiving. She is out of state and it’s safer not to travel. It's hard. But I can’t think of a better gesture of love than to say, I'm making the tough choice to keep you & our family safe. We may be physically apart but we’re spiritually together

There was a time when Democrats embraced notions of free speech. Today's Democrats have a different view. They enforce a rigid uniformity and punish views they disagree with, and I think that attitude is profoundly dangerous.

Detroit had more vote errors in 2016 when Trump won Michigan by a narrow margin. He didn’t object then. By @RubleKB 

President Trump's friend and adviser Steve Schwarzman recognizes Joe Biden as President-elect: "The outcome is very certain today and the country should move on"

Today's update on the numbers: Of the 191,489 tests reported yesterday, 5,906 were positive (3.08% of total). Total hospitalizations are at 2,724. Sadly, there were 33 COVID fatalities yesterday.

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This is good news good for America’s energy producers, who for too long have been subject to discrimination from banks and lending facilities – under pressure from Green New Deal enthusiasts.


Scoops of the Day

The DC U.S. Attorney today confirmed to me that they will not pursue an investigation of who is funding the thugs who attacked my wife and me and sent a DC police officer to the hospital.

An administration official texts, unsolicited: “This has become a farce. The legal effort is now making the president a national laughingstock.”

Meet your National Thanksgiving Turkey candidates! First up, "Corn," who loves college football and hopes to visit the Iowa State Fair one day:

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Ever so slowly, Republicans are starting to say it's over. Here's a compilation from the past 72 hours:

Murkowski statement: “A pressure campaign on state legislators to influence the electoral outcome is not only unprecedented but inconsistent with our democratic process. It is time to begin the full and formal transition process.”

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Alaska Republican@lisamurkowski  says the courts found the president’s legal claims “without merit” and its time to begin a “full and formal transition process.”

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Sidney Powell is out. Were her conspiracy theories too much even for President Trump?

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On this night in 1963 in the mourning Kennedy White House when someone said through uncontrollable tears, “We’ll never laugh again,” Daniel Patrick Moynihan said, “Oh, we’ll laugh again but we’ll never be young again.”

Boris Johnson is due to give a press conference at 7pm. He has two and a half hours to find the unmute button on his laptop


Scoops of the Week

Don’t lockdown the country. Don’t impose curfews. Don’t close schools. Let Americans decide for themselves. And celebrate Thanksgiving.

LIVE: President@realDonaldTrump  gives remarks on delivering lower prescription drug prices

Wealth of Jeff Bezos in 2009: $6.8 billion Wealth of Jeff Bezos in 2020: $184 billion Wealth of Mark Zuckerberg in 2009: $2 billion Wealth of Mark Zuckerberg in 2020: $103 billion U.S. Minimum Wage from 2009-2020: $7.25 We need an economy that works for all of us, not the 1%.

Reminder: a COVID relief bill has been sitting on Mitch McConnell’s desk for 50 days while millions struggle to keep food on the table.

Congress must investigate the integrity of the 2020 election. Why don’t Democrats agree?

Wearing a mask is not a surrender of liberty. It is an affirmation of love.

When the media says no evidence of widespread fraud, perhaps they mean no evidence, if you look the other way...

While the owner of Tyson Foods became $600 million richer during the pandemic, 11,000 of his workers got COVID-19 because they were forced back to work in unsafe and unhealthy plants as managers placed bets on how many would get sick. We must end this disgusting corporate greed.