We look forward to sharing updates here about events on January 20th as well as ways for Americans to engage with the Inauguration. Visit https://t.co/GCEhB7Yf7l for more information.
— Biden Inaugural Committee (@BidenInaugural) November 30, 2020
Right now, we can use all the luck we can muster!
Politics will probably be comparatively boring, but given we're headed for vaccine distribution, major school- and business-related issues, potential city/state budget shortfalls, and general social life re-ramp up it's not like we're easing off into the great sleep
— Katherine Miller (@katherinemiller) November 30, 2020
Janet Yellen’s first tweet:
We face great challenges as a country right now. To recover, we must restore the American dream—a society where each person can rise to their potential and dream even bigger for their children.
As Treasury Secretary, I will work every day towards rebuilding that dream for all.
— Janet Yellen (@JanetYellen) November 30, 2020
Across the aisle…
Folks, this is just the beginning of the GOP’s hypocrisy on this stuff. Get ready for month if not years of shameless 180s. https://t.co/M7b2ql3wm2
— Daniel W. Drezner (@dandrezner) November 30, 2020
Neat to see the Trump campaign acknowledge just how many of the things the president says publicly are untrue. https://t.co/RbxaywOErB
— Brad Heath (@bradheath) November 30, 2020
During a talk today, I was asked how Republicans will process their memory of the Trump years. I answered by quoting Don Draper's cynical remark from Mad Men Season 1: "It never happened. It will shock you how much it never happened." https://t.co/c6Lb1DnBY2
— David Frum (@davidfrum) December 1, 2020