- Despite Trump's stance, projected US president-elect, Biden, is taking another key step as he prepares to take over
- Biden has been cleared to commence getting a daily presidential briefing, starting from Monday, November 30
- The projected US president-elect is also set to name members of his inauguration committee ahead of January 2021
Joe Biden, the projected winner of United States' presidential election, will receive his first presidential daily briefing on Monday, November 30, a report by NBC News has stated.
Legit.ng gathers that the daily briefing was delayed following President Donald Trump's earlier refusal to approve the transition process.
The briefing will contain a classified document outlining high-level intelligence and analysis on a range of national security issues.
It is reportedly prepared by the director of national intelligence and includes information from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and other elements of the intelligence community.
Meanwhile, Biden is also expected to form a presidential inaugural committee on Monday to organise activities surrounding their swearing-in on Wednesday, January 20.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Biden suffered an injury on his right foot while playing with one of his dogs.
The extent of Biden’s injury was discovered after he visited an orthopedist in Newark, Delaware, on Sunday afternoon, November 29.
His doctor, Kevin O'Connor disclosed that a scan on the foot indicated that Biden will likely need to wear a boot for several weeks.
Reacting to the incident, President Trump sent a get-well message to Biden via a tweet on Sunday night, November 29.
The president's reaction to Biden's injury may come as a surprise to many who are not used to seeing his compassionate side
In another report, a Nigerian living in the US identified as Adeoye Owolewa was elected to the country's Congress, becoming the first to do so.
The 31-year-old politician ran on the platform of the Democratic Party to represent Washington DC in the House of Representatives.
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