State effectively puts to rest any doubt that Biden wonBiden names diverse economic teamExperts warn of Covid surge after widespread Thanksgiving travelSupreme court considers Trump census gambitSign up to receive First Thing â€“ our daily briefing by email 12.30am GMT Scott Atlas, the rightwing radiologist who used his position as a special adviser to Donald Trump on the coronavirus pandemic to attack science-based public health measures, has resigned from his position, Fox News reported. Atlas is a neuroradiologist and fellow at Stanford's rightwing Hoover Institution, where he works on health care policy. He has no expertise or experience in infectious diseases or epidemiology. 12.01am GMT Trump campaign attorney Joseph diGenova, a former federal prosecutor, called for the execution of the fired election cybersecurity head, Chris Krebs, in a rant on Newsmax on Monday, the Bulwark reports. Krebs was the head of the Department of Homeland Secuirty's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency where he worked to prevent interference in the election. Trump fired Krebs on 18 November, after the well-respected figure refuted Trump's baseless claims of election fraud.