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Biden's strategy to avoid the transition trap (Original Post) Warpy Nov 2020 OP
That makes me feel better. applegrove Nov 2020 #1
Yup..Biden saw it coming and prepared. Something we haven't had the last 4yrs Thekaspervote Nov 2020 #2
It wouldn't hurt to post it everyday. Phoenix61 Nov 2020 #3
K&R 2naSalit Nov 2020 #4
Joe Biden has more experience than anyone in trump's administration- Lawrence O'Donnell tulipsandroses Nov 2020 #5
And he expected them to do everything they are doing and planned for it JI7 Nov 2020 #6

Phoenix61

(17,091 posts)
3. It wouldn't hurt to post it everyday.
Tue Nov 10, 2020, 11:47 PM
Nov 2020

Biden is smart enough to know that Twitler was going to try to pull some crap and have a plan to deal with it.

2naSalit

(87,901 posts)
4. K&R
Tue Nov 10, 2020, 11:52 PM
Nov 2020

What I suspected was under way. Joe's been in the WH for 8 years and knows what needs to happen and is on top of it. I think the whole network will go down in a relatively short time and it will be a good thing for everyone.

tulipsandroses

(5,201 posts)
5. Joe Biden has more experience than anyone in trump's administration- Lawrence O'Donnell
Tue Nov 10, 2020, 11:54 PM
Nov 2020

They are not hurting President Biden by doing this. He knows his way around Govt and the Whitehouse. He will be surrounded by experts, the best in the business will want to work for this administration. Unlike the trump admin where they have a bunch of Dlisters.

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