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Biden to stump in Georgia runoffs, top Senate Republican ends silence on U.S. election result

Biden to stump in Georgia runoffs, top Senate Republican ends silence on U.S. election result

JOSEPH AX A day after the Electoral College confirmed President-elect Joe Biden's victory, he is set to travel to Georgia to campaign for two Democratic U.S. Senate candidates whose January 5 runoff elections could make or break his domestic policy agenda. Just ahead of Biden's trip, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, the top Republican in Congress, ended his silence on the November 3 election results by congratulating Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. McConnell acknowledged their win after six weeks of President Donald Trump's unfounded claims of election fraud. Trump has yet to concede to Biden, and many congressional…
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