In 47 days, Joe Biden will take the oath of office and become President of the United States. He faces a country that has been battered by a raging pandemic, economic disaster, and the abuse of a Republican party led by a sociopath.
How much the new administration will be able to accomplish rides on the results of the January 5 run-off election for two Senators’ seats in Georgia, which will determine which party has the majority in the Senate. This will make the difference between a legislature that will work with the new President… or at least two more years of obstruction from Mitch McConnell.
The Biden-Harris team have been rolling out a slate of competent candidates to tackle the nation’s many problems. And while the 74-year-old toddler in the Oval Office continues his tantrum over the election results (even turning on his most loyal toady, AG Bill Barr), his appointee at OMB has finally acknowledged that Biden is President-Elect, allowing the transition to the new administration to proceed as it should. And this week, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris at last began receiving the President’s Daily Briefing.
MOMocrats Karoli, Aliza Worthington, and Donna Schwartz Mills discuss how we survive until Inauguration Day.