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In this week’s edition of “The Roundup,” we take a look at some of the wilder stories that made headlines in the final 24 hours before Election Day:
The new FBI director, Christopher Wray, will be sworn-in on Thursday and have the nation’s first face-to-face meeting with President-elect Donald Trump Donald John TrumpOmar fires back at Trump over rally remarks: ‘This is my country’ Pelosi: Trump hurrying to fill SCOTUS seat so he can repeal ObamaCare Trump mocks Biden appearance, mask use ahead of first debate MORE. CNN’s John King gave a preview a little more than two hours ahead of the ceremony.
The incoming FBI director will be sworn in to his first day in office on Thursday.
Trump will meet with the nation’s top law enforcement official one day earlier, on Wednesday, at the White House.
The president-elect is slated to meet with the U.S. Attorneys at the Justice Department, who oversee special investigations, around 10 a.m. ET that morning.
Trump is also expected to meet with FBI director James Comey and Attorney General Jeff Sessions before attending the ceremony.
Trump will attend the swearing-in ceremony.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) claimed that he will “not be here” during his inauguration because of security concerns.
Trump will meet with the new FBI director, Wray, one day earlier, Wednesday at the White House.
Trump is also expected to meet with U.S. Attorneys at the Justice Department, who oversee special investigations, around 10 a.m. ET that morning.
Trump is also scheduled to meet with FBI director Comey and Attorney General Sessions, one day earlier, at the White House.
Trump will attend the swearing-in ceremony of U.S. Attorney General Sessions on Thursday.
The president-elect will meet Wednesday with Maine Gov. P.J. “Pete” Mills (R) for lunch, one day earlier.
Trump is also scheduled to meet with the new FBI director, Wray, one day earlier, Wednesday at