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ELECTION RESULTS

REACTION TO BIDEN'S VICTORY

President-elect Joe Biden speaks to the nation

In a speech from Wilmington, Del., the president-elect said he hoped to unify the nation.
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DID THE RIGHT LEADER WIN THE ELECTION?

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    An eye-popping survey this week helps explain the competing appearances Thursday at the Mexico-U.S. border by the past and present presidents of the United States. For the first time in its years of polling on the topic, Monmouth University found a majority of Americans supporting Donald Trump's signature policy: A border wall with Mexico. It's not just Republicans complaining about migration anymore. A clear majority of voters, including swing voters, told the pollster they consider illegal imm

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    Trump Says Little on Gaza and Nothing About What He’d Do Differently

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