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We’ve gathered a short list of some of what we think are the most important headlines of the day and placed them all right here for you.
So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Tuesday, November 15, 2016.
According to the Wall Street Journal, President Obama plans to spend more time with Donald Trump than presidents typically spend with their successors.
During their private White House meeting on Thursday, Mr. Obama walked his successor through the duties of running the country, and Mr. Trump seemed surprised by the scope, said people familiar with the meeting…
After meeting with Mr. Trump, the only person to be elected president without having held a government or military position, Mr. Obama realized the Republican needs more guidance. He plans to spend more time with his successor than presidents typically do, people familiar with the matter said.
In an interview on Sunday morning with CBS News, president-elect Donald Trump said that some length of the border wall with Mexico could actually be a fence. In the same interview, Mr. Trump said that he would “think about” whether or not he should try to put Hillary Clinton in jail.
House Majority Leader Paul Ryan (R-WI) says that Donald Trump is NOT planning on building a roving “deportation” force.
RNC Chair Reince Priebus will leave his post to become President-elect Donald Trump’s Chief of Staff.
Former NYC mayor and prosecutor Rudy Giuliani doesn’t see a problem with Mr. Trump’s children taking over his business empire.
A #NeverTrump GOP organizer says, “our mantra must be “si vis pacem, para bellum.” If you want peace, prepare for war.”
An open letter to all of those celebrities who are constantly threatening to leave the country after every election.