Obama — Why Clinton lost

There has been much scrutiny over the Electoral College since the Nov. 8 presidential election, considering that Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton won the majority of the popular vote but not the majority of the electors.

"That's not why the American people send us to Washington, to play those games", he said.

In terms of national security, Trump says he seeks to protect the U.S. infrastructure from cyber-attacks.

Hopefully, we won't see that during the Trump administration.

Using an "A" through "F" grading scale, the polling center found 30 percent of voters gave President-elect Donald Trump an "A" or "B" rating.

Akilah Monifa and the Rev. MacArthur Flournoy, based in Oakland, Calif., are the publishers of Arise 2.0, an online publication focusing on news and issues affecting the LGBT community.

That meeting, in particular, is raising questions. Experts trying to figure out the reasons are probing the roles of criminal background checks, painkillers and even video games.

Trump is about to join a most elite group, presidents, and former presidents.

RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, who'll serve as Trump's chief of staff, insisted yesterday that the White House counsel's office will " make sure" everything's kosher. But does aggressively covering a president in the same fashion as previous presidents really amount to normalizing him? Maybe. Maybe not. But it's already having difficulty passing a smell test. The sun always rises in the east and sets in the west. All these things are completely predictable. "That's not a blind trust".

He faces unprecedented accusations of conflicts of interest, following a meeting with Indian businessmen to discuss a project in India, while working on the transition phase.

When asked if Democrats should copy the Republicans in blocking any Supreme Court nominees, Obama said no, despite his own nominee Merrick Garland being stalled for more than six months by Republicans who refuse to consider an Obama appointee.

As part of his goal to "seek vast cuts in regulations across the banking, health care and energy industries", Trump laid out a blanket principle about regulations. Trump continues to meet with potential cabinet nominees. Americans were outraged by that. But in the long run, he argues, the economy will suffer because the tax cuts will create huge budget deficits and higher interest rates.

"He doesn't have any power yet".

Leslie Stahl, who conducted the interview, said: "I think he wanted the public to know that he understood that he had to switch gears and pay attention to the responsibilities now".

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