Nov 12, 2016 by

Good evening. Here’s the latest.  NYTIMES

Al Drago/The New York Times

1. Vice President-elect Mike Pence, above center, will lead Donald Trump’s transition effort, taking the reins from Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey.
Mr. Trump now says he may be willing to leave in place two popular provisions of the Affordable Care Act.
He is holding meetings with his advisers in Trump Tower, which has been transformed into a kind of fortress by the Secret Service and the local police.
So far, the transition team includes some of the very same people Mr. Trump said had too much clout in Washington: corporate consultants and lobbyists.
Names circulating include Myron Ebell, an outspoken “climate contrarian,” to head the Environmental Protection Agency.
Some of the foreign policy experts who derided Mr. Trump’s campaign could also end up joining his administration.

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