Thursday’s Mini-Report, 11.10.16

Today’s edition of quick hits:

* More respect for democratic norms: “After their first face-to-face meeting, President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump pledged to work together following a rancorous election, with the sitting president saying he wants to make Trump and his family ‘feel welcome as we prepare to make this transition.’”

* And he’s still correct: “White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said that President Barack Obama stands by his characterization of President-elect Donald Trump as fundamentally unfit to be commander-in-chief.”

* Afghanistan: “Taliban insurgents struck at the German consulate in the northern commercial hub of Mazar-i-Sharif late Thursday night, killing at least two people and wounding at least 84, Afghan officials said.”

* It begins: “Officials at universities in Louisiana and California said the police were investigating attacks on Wednesday against female Muslim students, and officials described one of the episodes as a ‘hate crime.’” [Update: In one of these cases, local police now believe the claims are untrue.]

* Open enrollment: “The day after Donald Trump’s presidential election victory marked the strongest day of ObamaCare signups in this year’s open enrollment period so far. More than 100,000 people selected plans through on Wednesday, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced.”

* Indictment: “An attorney for former Peoria Congressman Aaron Schock said a federal indictment against his client is expected Thursday. Schock, 35, resigned from Congress on March 31, 2015, amid a federal criminal probe into how he spent campaign dollars and his $1 million-plus annual office budget. On the same day, he was served with a subpoena outside his Peoria home by three federal agents. The subpoena told him to appear before the grand jury and turn over large number of records from the previous five years.”

* I quite liked hearing from “Leslie Knope” responding to the 2016 elections.

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