According to Trump, “we’re doing incredibly,” as Biden faces reality American news


Good morning. Joe Biden has promised to deliver 100 million coronavirus vaccine shots in his first 100 days in the White House. Speaking yesterday in his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware, Biden unveiled his health team of new scientists and doctors, as well as a comprehensive plan to combat the coronavirus epidemic. When the United States handed over 15 million recorded cases of coronavirus, Biden told Americans that “we will find a collective goal out of our collective pain”.

In the parallel universe, Trump held a vaccination summit yesterday, during which he made no mention of the 286,011 Americans who lost their lives and boasted that “in many ways we are still performing incredibly”. Asked why Biden’s transitional team was not admitted to the summit, Trump hoped that “the next administration will be the Trump administration because hundreds of thousands of votes cannot be stolen”.


“100 meter shot in 100 days”: Biden encourages Americans to wear a mask when making a vaccination promise – video

The Trump administration has attempted to justify the decision not to purchase an additional 100 million doses of Pfizer coronavirus vaccine. Instead, an enforcement order was issued to prioritize vaccine shipments to the United States, but that fell back a bit when the government’s vaccine development program official was asked about the order’s operation and replied, “Honestly, I don’t know.”

  • In California, the number of ICU recordings increased by 70% in just two weeks as millions of California adjust to life under the nation’s most severe closure. Hospital staff were brought in from outside the state to address the shortage of health workers.

The Supreme Court rejected the Republican bid to cancel the election




Demonstrations in Raleigh, North Carolina in November



A protester holding a sign in support of Donald Trump staged a protest in November in Raleigh, North Carolina. Photo: Logan Cyrus / AFP / Getty Images

The Supreme Court rejected yesterday’s attempt by Republicans to overthrow the election results in Pennsylvania, arguing that extending postal voting is illegal. Several courts, including the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, have already dismissed the application. It was the first piece of the 2020 election lawsuits that reached the Supreme Court.

But Texas is not giving up yet. To support Trump’s insistence on the presidency, the state announced yesterday that it had filed a lawsuit against the states of Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin in the Supreme Court, alleging that the changes in election procedures were illegal.

Rudy Giuliani expects to leave the hospital today




Rudy Giuliani



Giuliani said he showed “mild symptoms”. Photo: Nathan Posner / Rex / Shutterstock

Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, said he was feeling better and expects to be hospitalized today for a coronavirus. The 76-year-old former mayor of New York said he began to become unusually tired on Friday, but said he would only experience a “mild symptom” without a small cough and fever with his Sunday diagnosis. The lawyer led Trump’s efforts to overthrow the election result.

  • The coronavirus was used to suppress civil liberties found a new report around the world. According to the study, 87% of the global population lives in countries that are considered “closed”, “repressed” or “impeded” – an increase of 4% over last year.

  • Nearly 160 people were arrested at an underground house party on a weekend that took place in an empty residential home without the owners ’knowledge. The organizers of the event also held parties in the empty houses of two other cities.

Press Biden with cabinet sorters




Marcia Fudge and Kamala Harris



Marcia Fudge and Kamala Harris. Photo: Bob Andres / AP

Biden reportedly elected Marcia Fudge, an Ohio congressman and former president of the Congressional Black Caucasus, as secretary of housing and urban development, and Tom Vilsack to re-enact his role as agricultural secretary under Barack Obama. As reports began circulating, Fudge said on Capitol Hill that it would be “an honor and a privilege” to be invited to Biden’s office, but stopped without confirming the news.

As Biden’s cabinet takes shape, the next question is what impact it will have. With roughly 60% of wealth in the U.S. inherited and 140 million Americans living in poverty, Mary O’Hara asks what Biden will do to level the playing field.


Many people were simply so relieved that Biden and Harris won that they were talking about “returning to normal wheeling” after the chaos. This is an understandable reaction, considering all that has happened. However, a return to normal levels is not possible. That can’t be the goal either.

In other news…




Sea ice



The second hottest 12-month period in the Arctic was recorded until September 2020. The warmest temperature since 1900 has occurred in the last seven years. Photo: BJ Kirschhoffer / Polar Bears International / AFP / Getty Images
  • Greenhouse gases are turning the Arctic into a “completely different climate” as it heats up at about twice the global average. Sea ice has dropped significantly, raising sea levels; the last completely intact ice shelf in Canada collapsed after losing more than 40% of its territory in just two days.

  • Chinese authorities put Muslim minorities in camp camps simply because they are “young” or talking to a foreign brother, there has been a rare leak in the list of detainees. The leak illustrates how authorities in the Xinjiang region use “predictive policing,” which tracks individuals ’personal networks, online activities, and daily lives.

  • One of the largest cyber security companies in the United States he says it has been hacked by foreign governments. According to FireEye, hackers with “world-class capabilities” have hacked into their network and stolen the tools used to screen thousands of their customers.

Daily Statistics: 90% of the population of poor nations may miss a Covid vaccine

In 70 low-income countries, nine out of ten people are likely to miss the coronavirus vaccine next year because the West has bought up most of the doses, campaigners said. According to the People’s Vaccine Association, richer countries leave poorer ones at the mercy of vaccination, with 14% of the world’s population providing 53% of the most promising vaccine candidates.

Don’t miss this: how epidemic unemployment hit young people the hardest

Between the spring of 2019 and the spring of 2020, the unemployment rate for Americans between the ages of 16 and 24 rose from 8.4% to 24.4%, well above that for people 25 and older. Michael Sainato talks to young people who are struggling with unemployment as a result of the pandemic about the victims.

Last thing: lights, camera, climate change?




Brown bears



Brown bears are among the “Hollywood stars” in conservation efforts. Photo: Anadolu Agency / Getty Images

According to a report, Europe distributes its wildlife resources according to the “charisma” of animals. Vertebrates receive almost 500 times more support for all species than invertebrates, brown bears, wolves, bitters, and Eurasian lynxes with dazzling stars in conservation funding. Animals such as spiders and crustaceans, which look less because of their appearance but are crucial to ecosystems, are at greater risk of extinction.

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