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The January 5 Senate runoff in Georgia could determine which party controls the Senate in the Biden administration. As President Trump continues to launch baseless claims against the integrity of the 2020 election, there has been a growing distrust among his supporter in the election's results. However, on Friday, the president urged his followers to not boycott the election and to back the Republican candidates come January to prevent Democrats from taking control of the Senate. Emma Hurt, a political reporter at Atlanta NPR station WABE News, joins CBSN with the latest on the January runoff.
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