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Beijing says it has met its goal of wiping out extreme poverty in China by the end of 2020. The top-down effort has disrupted untold individual lives. LA Times
VOA VIEW: China is against its people and the world.
One must read to the end of The Washington Post’s recent editorial headlined “Abolish the Electoral College,” before hitting on the real reason the paper’s editors want to upend the long-standing constitutional institution. “Mr. Trump’s election was a sad event for the nation,” notes the Post, “his re-election would have been a calamity.” Maybe, maybe... New York Post
VOA VIEW: The electoral college is a must.
Alex Padilla, California’s secretary of state, has emerged as the front-runner to succeed Kamala Harris. But Gov. Gavin Newsom appears to be in no rush to make his choice. New York Times

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While it can't be delivered to doctors, Pfizer's vaccine can be prepositioned at distribution sites to allow for quicker delivery upon authorization.       USA Today
VOA VIEW: A Trump win, not Biden in anyway.
Some experts, ex-diplomats and even President Donald Trump's opponents concede his overseas initiatives have produced limited, qualified successes.        USA Today
VOA VIEW: Trump's legacy is larger than life.
As control in the Senate is in limbo, liberal Democrats focus on Joe Biden's Cabinet appointments to make the most impact for their policies.        USA Today
VOA VIEW: Biden is a loser
He was examined by a doctor “out of an abundance of caution," his office says. ABC
VOA VIEW: Biden has a bobo.
The race will help determine the size of Democrats’ majority in the House. ABC
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It's the first time in history that the senior communications positions in the White House will be filled entirely by women. CNBC
VOA VIEW: What a mess - not because all woman - all liberals.

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As the U.S. heads into a difficult period of the pandemic, Fauci urged Americans to take virus mitigation steps "short of locking down." CNBC
Coronavirus vaccines may be imminent but travel may take years to fully rebound and, no matter the timing, will likely look different than it did pre-pandemic. CNBC
President-elect Joe Biden's lead over President Donald Trump narrowed by 45 votes in Dane County, Wisconsin, as it certified its 2020 presidential general election results following a recount requested by the Trump campaign. CNN
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President-elect Joe Biden is set to formally name key members of his economic team on Monday, with the long-expected announcement of Janet Yellen as Treasury Secretary, CNN has learned, along with two other women in top roles to help him navigate the nation's punishing fiscal headwinds in hopes of building an economic recovery. CNN

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At a campaign stop in Marietta, Georgia, Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel attempted to persuade Republicans to vote in the Georgia Senate runoff elections, even as voters expressed ambivalence about expanding "money and work when it's already decided." CNN
The assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, Iran's leading nuclear weapons scientist, could set off a tinder box of violence between Iran, Israel and the United States -- and put the incoming Biden administration in a tight spot when it comes to resetting relations with Tehran. CNN
VOA VIEW: Biden will not know how to follow up.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Sunday that the city's elementary schools will re-open Saturday, as White House experts called for places where mask-wearing is not possible to close amid surging COVID-19 cases. UPI
VOA VIEW: Now what?

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November 29, 2020

    Biden is too stupid to realize he was duped.  Friday’s apparent assassination of the founder of Iran’s nuclear weapons program wasn’t just a setback for the regime’s nuclear ambitions — it was a timely reminder that the Iran nuclear deal was built on Iranian deception from the start.

     In May 2018, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu dramatically revealed to the world the existence of a secret Iranian nuclear archive — a curation of Iran’s past work on nuclear weapons, which had never been disclosed to international inspectors or nuclear deal negotiators. The archive contained a treasure trove of documents and computer files, including information on the organizational structure of Iran’s nuclear workSitting at the top of Iran’s nuclear food chain was Mohsen Fakhrizadeh. “Remember that name, Fakhrizadeh,” Netanyahu said at the time. For those who forgot, a brief refresher.

     Fakhrizadeh was the founder of Iran’s nuclear weapons program, known as the Amad Plan — charged with building some of the world’s deadliest weapons for the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism. In 2011, he broke off to lead a secretive organization called the Organization for Defensive Innovation and Research, commonly referred to by its Persian acronym of SPND. In 2014, the Obama administration declared SPND as “primarily responsible for research in the field of nuclear weapons development” and accused Fakhrizadeh’s new organization of taking over “activities related to Iran’s undeclared nuclear program.”

     Last year, the State Department revealed that SPND has employed as many as 1,500 individuals, including nuclear weapons scientists associated with the Amad Plan. These scientists “continue to carry out dual-use research and development activities, of which aspects are potentially useful for nuclear weapons and nuclear weapons delivery systems.”