(CNN)As Trump has remained hunkered down in the White House, the Biden transition team is pushing forward, announcing new White House hires and plans to tackle the coronavirus. Although there have been some promising vaccine announcements, the pandemic is still ravaging the United States.
MondayLawsuits that tried to disrupt Biden’s wins in four states are withdrawnBiden: ‘More people may die’ without a smooth transitionGeorgia secretary of state says Lindsey Graham implied he should try to throw away ballotsStanford distances itself from Dr. Scott Atlas after he urges resistance to public health measures TuesdayGOP Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa tests positive for Covid-19Ted Cruz calls Democratic senator an ‘ass’ following Senate floor mask disputeTask force warns of ‘further deterioration’ as pandemic worsensRead More
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WednesdayHHS secretary says department won’t work with Biden’s team until federal agency determines he wonTwo more House members announce they have Covid-19Pelosi’s struggle to unite her caucus is just beginning ThursdayFormer GSA administrator: ‘It’s clear’ we should recognize Biden as the President-electFact checking Giuliani and the Trump legal team’s wild, fact-free press conferenceJudges toss Republican lawsuits in Arizona, Pennsylvania and GeorgiaFridayTrump digs deeper into debunked conspiracy theories instead of embracing realityGA secretary of state: I’m a proud Trump supporter but numbers don’t lieBiden taps several long-time aides for White House roles And that was the week in 16 headlines.