Political cartoonists respond to Joe Biden’s win and the end of Donald Trump’s presidency

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These are some of the best political cartoons immortalizing Joe Biden’s victory over Donald Trump. After four long days of post-election uncertainty, Joe Biden was officially declared president-elect on Saturday, November 7. Biden’s win marks the beginning of the end of Donald Trump’s tumultuous presidency and a historic first for the vice presidency, with Kamala Harris becoming not only the first female vice president-elect but the first Black and Asian American vice president-elect as well. Read Full Story

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Joe Biden wins the presidential race, defeating Donald Trump

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Multiple major decision desks are now officially projecting a Biden-Harris victory. After several days of furious ballot counting, multiple major decision desks have now called the 2020 presidential race for former Vice President Joe Biden, bringing a higher degree of certainty and much-anticipated relief to an election that saw record participation from American voters despite a multitude of converging national crises. Read Full Story

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Joe Biden widens electoral vote lead against Donald Trump in decisive presidential race

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With Georgia added to his tally, Biden would have 306 electoral votes compared to Trump’s 232. President-elect Joe Biden widened his electoral vote lead against incumbent President Donald Trump on Friday after multiple decision desks called the state of Georgia in his favor. NBC News, CNN, and The New York Times made the call with projections that would add the state’s 16 electoral votes to the former vice president’s tally, giving him a total of 306 compared to Trump’s 232. Read Full Story

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Assemble the shadow cabinet: How Joe Biden can beat Trump at his own reality TV game

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With a little bit of creativity, Biden can pioneer an entirely new kind of remote campaign—a savvy twist on microtargeting for the social media era. Maybe none of this matters. Maybe the presidential election will be solely determined by how Donald Trump handles the coronavirus, and the end result will be the same whether Joe Biden runs an effective, vigorous campaign or goes on vacation for the next six months. But if you’re a Democrat, hiding out in your basement doesn’t feel like a winning strategy. Biden’s home videos and avuncular podcast, “Here’s the Deal,” aren’t exactly catching fire. Meanwhile Trump is dominating the airwaves, using daily coronavirus briefings to broadcast political rallies from the White House lawn. Team Biden needs to amp up the X factor if it wants to recapture the public’s waning attention. Read Full Story

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Latino voters are going to be key in 2020—and they care deeply about the climate

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Compared to other groups, Latino voters are more worried about the crisis, more willing to take action, and more likely to say they will vote for a candidate because of their stance on climate change. President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are in a dead heat in Texas, a state that has swung Republican in every presidential election since 1976. If Biden pulls off the unthinkable and defeats Trump in Texas, it will be by mobilizing Latino voters. Read Full Story

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Joe Biden is the president. Here are some executive actions he is expected to take

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The new president will arrive at the White House with a plan to unpack his predecessor’s legacy swiftly and aggressively. Today’s presidential inauguration marks the transition of power between two diametrically, couldn’t-be-more opposed political leaders. And according to reports, newly elected Joe Biden will arrive at the White House with a plan to unpack his predecessor Donald Trump’s legacy more swiftly and aggressively than we’ve seen in modern history. Read Full Story

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When does the Electoral College vote? Key dates and deadlines to know as final states certify

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President-elect Joe Biden will be sworn in as the next U.S. president in less than eight weeks. Here are a few final election-related dates to watch. With less than eight weeks to go before President-elect Joe Biden is sworn in as the next president of the United States, legal challenges to the election results have clearly not gone well for incumbent President Donald Trump and his team. Read Full Story

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The U.S. is more divided than ever. Your business could be the bridge

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A strategist and former political adviser counsels companies to listen to consumers, stay true to their values, and find common ground. President-elect Joe Biden is expected to call for unity in his inaugural address on Wednesday, but he faces an uphill battle: America is more politically divided as at any time in our nation’s history. In November Biden received 81 million votes, seven million more votes than his opponent, Donald Trump. Despite Biden’s victory, a vocal minority of citizens have refused to acknowledge his win, culminating in the storming of the United States Capitol on January 6 (an act, in my opinion, of domestic terrorism). Read Full Story

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Biden and Trump failed to address how to end the pandemic during the 1st debate

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Despite the fact that the pandemic has killed 200,000 Americans, neither candidate presented a plan for how to bring it under control. Melania arrived in a pinstripe suit wearing a big white surgical mask. Attendees sat six feet apart. On Tuesday night, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden met to debate at the health education campus of Case Western and Cleveland Clinic, one of the foremost medical institutions in country. But over the course of an hour and a half, both failed to tell the American people how we will come out of this pandemic. Read Full Story

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