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Steve Schmidt up with O'Donnell on MSNBC

Called Trump a polluter of Democracy

Europe's leaders on Climate Change are the first to congratulate President-elect Joe Biden


Europe’s leaders on climate change are the first to congratulate President-elect Joe Biden

As soon as President-elect Joe Biden won the 2020 election, congratulations poured in from several European politicians and officials desperate to work with him on climate change — likely in an effort to jump-start collaboration with the US on the Paris climate agreement.

Messages came in from two members of the European Parliament from Germany’s Green party. “Congrats Mr. President,” tweeted Rasmus Andersen while Jutta Paulus referred to Biden as “Mr. President-elect” and referenced the state of Pennsylvania, which Biden had just won, clinching the race.

Belgium’s recently appointed climate minister Zakia Khattabi also celebrated Biden’s win, though without directly naming him, tweeting: “Welcome back #America! See you at the next #Cop,” referring to the next UN Climate Change Conference to be held in Glasgow, Scotland, in November 2021.

It’s no surprise that politicians concerned about climate change were among the first to publicly congratulate Biden.

Any headlines from our allies around the world??

Word is, world leaders are blowin up Joe's phone with congrats!!

McCaskill asks , "Where's Pence?"



McCaskill's twitter is hillarious.
This is proof that America really needs this whole thing to be overwith.

White House strategy...run out the elector clock


Is this even possible? Beyond desperate?

I don't doubt they've discussed this angle however.

A simple message from Mary Trump


It really is time.

"..a couple of very special "poll watchers"


Now we're being asked to consider the Magat's feelings!?


1979/The day ABBA, Bee Gees, Olivia Newton-John, Rod Stewart and Andy Gibb sang a staggering medley

The line-up were joined by Donna Summer, Kris Kristofferson and Earth, Wind & Fire at the televised fundraising concert for UNICEF at The United Nations General Assembly in New York City.

It's not everyday you get a line-up of an era's legends all on one stage, but that's exactly what happened one cold January day in 1979.

Article from Smooth Radio


Stacy Abrams for anything she wants!

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