President-elect says economic relief is his top priorityBarr: no evidence of fraud that would change election outcomeUS braces for Covid surge in aftermath of ThanksgivingUK approves vaccine for rollout next weekSign up to receive First Thing â€“ our daily briefing by email 4.25pm GMT Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger stood by comments one of his officials made to Donald Trump yesterday, saying that the president is â€œinspiring people to commit potential acts of violenceâ€ by continuing to call the results of the election into question despite multiple recounts. Gabriel Sterling, a Republican who helped to oversee the implementation of the state's new voting system, pleaded with Trump during a press conference yesterday that the president stop his rhetoric for fear of violence. "It's about time more people are out there speaking with truth," Brad Raffensperger says.Also:"Our investigators have seen no widespread fraud, either." pic.twitter.com/uLT1u4BK6E 4.05pm GMT Joe Biden, in his interview with New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, was also asked about his plans for Iran and China after Donald Trump cracked down on the US's relationship with the two countries. Biden said that he plans on taking steps to reinstating the Iran nuclear deal, saying that if Iran agrees to strict compliance with the nuclear deal, the US would rejoin the agreement as a starting point for future negotiations.