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Donald Trump uses his last days in office to settle matters that his successor Biden can no longer undo. And this thing really is irreversible: Trump has the Justice Department schedule three more executions, in addition to two already planned, until January 20, i.e. until the inauguration. The death penalty has not been carried out at the federal level for 17 years. This year there have been eight executions — more than in the last half century. Human rights groups are now demanding that Trump suspend the executions until Biden is in office. Biden speaks out against the death penalty and is likely to break with Trump’s practice.
Confirmed results: The status in the tug-of-war for the US election
Small intermediate result, don’t be alarmed: Donald Trump leads Joe Biden in the polls! But only if you only count the voters who come from countries that have already certified the election result. Then it is 63 to 35 for the incumbent. Brief explanation: The certified result is something like the official final result in Germany. In individual electoral districts, the count is completed and then checked for completeness and accuracy. That happens again at the state level. This procedure must be completed by December 8th. However, some states are already through — among other things, the result was certified yesterday in particularly competitive Georgia. As a reminder: In Georgia had to be counted again and it remained with a wafer-thin lead for Biden. Because it’s so tight, Trump can request a recount. Certification is still pending in five particularly competitive states: Arizona, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Except for Wisconsin, these states will present a final result as early as next week.