Neffenger, who previously led the Transportation Security Administration under Barack Obama, joined the Biden-Harris transition effort as an agency review team member.
Robert O'Brien, a Trump loyalist, said that it "obviously" looks like "the Biden-Harris ticket [will be] determined to be the winner" and that the National Security Council will support a smooth transition like it has "even in the most contentious periods" in history.
Vivek Murthy, a co-chair of Biden's coronavirus task force, called for a more nuanced approach to fighting the pandemic.
The prominent member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force stressed that government transitions are very important and need to go smoothly—especially during a pandemic.
The president tweeted to praise "great discoveries, which will end the China Plague" as vaccine breakthrough fuels optimism over ending pandemic.
A crucial letter giving Biden's team access to federal funds to facilitate the transition process is yet to be signed.
Dozens of Trump supporters marched past the home of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in upstate New York.
The former president also took aim at Republicans refusing to call on Trump to concede.
President-elect Joe Biden has spoken about plans for student loan debt forgiveness but without a Democrat majority in the senate, his hands may be tied.
There has been conflict between moderates and progressives in the Democratic party since Election Day, with contrasting views on what values pushed Joe Biden's success.
The former president said America has become so divided that it's not facts, policies and issues that matter to voters, but hatred that drives their votes.
"If we do not do these things, the cases will continue to go up," said Admiral Brett Giroir, the Trump administration's Assistant Secretary for Health.
"Why Gina Haspel is still there in the CIA is beyond my comprehension," attorney Sidney Powell said.
Governors Asa Hutchinson and Mike DeWine of Arkansas and Ohio respectively both acknowledged Joe Biden is the current president-elect.
"It's been sort of par for the course during these four years," the former president said.
Ron Klain, Biden's upcoming chief of staff, said the president-elect will contribute "people, money [and] resources" to support the Democratic candidates' ongoing senatorial campaigns.
The infectious disease expert highlighted how he's been through numerous transitions of power given he's served under six different presidents.
Trump's former national security adviser said that the president's "claims of election fraud are baseless."
A crowd gathered outside the Capitol in Atlanta on Saturday, chanting "stop the steal" after Biden was declared the state's winner.
"The sooner that Trump and his supporters accept the election result, the better it will be for the nation," the lawyers wrote.
The president has thus far refused to acknowledge his defeat, leaning on baseless conspiracy theories and longshot litigation to dispute the result.
Trump has so far refused to allow President-elect Joe Biden to receive intelligence briefings, even as several Republicans have called for him to have access to the information.
A frozen conflict between Morocco—America's oldest official diplomatic ally—and the separatist Polisario Front is threatening to deteriorate into wider violence.
Trump is refusing to accept defeat, using long-shot litigation and riling up his base to dispute Biden's victory.
Some Trump supporters have turned their backs on Fox News since the network called the state of Arizona for President-elect Joe Biden.
Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick claimed the president can win re-election if two states' election results are overturned and a Supreme Court case is won in another.
"More than one MILLION marchers for President @realDonaldTrump," she tweeted Saturday.
"I don't know even know if I agree with it, but that happens sometimes," Pete Hegseth told viewers.
Governor Kate Brown announced a two-week "freeze" across the state on Friday, which will limit and close some business in an effort to curtail the virus.
The president-elect obtained 50.9 percent of the popular vote, compared with President Donald Trump's 47.3 percent.