‘If we don't act now, the future will be very bleak’: President-elect Joe Biden urged the U.S. Congress to pass a coronavirus relief bill immediately and to follow up with ‘hundreds of billions of dollars’ in more aid in January https://t.co/GzAZJ0wScL pic.twitter.com/Re4ME5n4dn
— Reuters (@Reuters) December 5, 2020
I love this thing where Joe Biden wins the presidency at least once a week for the last six weeks. https://t.co/vHBuqetqAi
— Daniel W. Drezner (@dandrezner) December 5, 2020
Sure, it’s a minor disappointment that we won’t be able to contrast the singing, dancing crowds at Biden’s inauguration with the pathetic 2016 turnout for the GOP figurehead. On the other hand, we already have the videos from November 8th…
Biden expects a quieter-than-normal inauguration because of the coronavirus, without crowds filling the National Mall or a series of evening celebrations. Festivities may look more like Dem convention, which was almost entirely virtual.@EmmaKinery https://t.co/Qgc8D4RsxA
— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) December 4, 2020
… Not to mention, the DNC put together a pretty impressive online / socially-distanced convention this year; I suspect we’ll be able to come up with a stellar package for Joe and Kamala’s inauguration as well!