John Podesta, former chairman of the Clinton campaign, has joined electors urging that the Electoral College receive an intelligence briefing before its vote.
John Podesta, former chairman of the Clinton campaign, has joined electors urging that the Electoral College receive an intelligence briefing before its vote. Andrew Harnik AP file photo
John Podesta, former chairman of the Clinton campaign, has joined electors urging that the Electoral College receive an intelligence briefing before its vote. Andrew Harnik AP file photo

Let Donald Trump’s election as president stand

December 15, 2016 05:29 PM

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