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Ark Gov Says Biden Needs To Get Prepared To Handle Coronavirus Pandemic

Courtesy: Talk Business and Politics

BIDEN MEETS WITH GOVERNORS - Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has re-stated that former Vice President Joe Biden will likely become the next President of the United States.  During a weekend appearance on the TV program "Talk Business and Politics",  the  Republican Governor explained recent state ballot certifications should remove any doubt of the November Presidential election.

"It's likely that Vice President Biden will be the next president of the United States," Hutchisons said. "You can read the certification of the ballots from Arizona and Pennsylvania."

"We've got to get him prepared because the virus does not take a break because there's a disputed election," Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson

Hutchinson  did acknowledge that President Donald Trump’s court challenges should be allowed their due process however he did say that as Vice Chair of the National Governor’s Association,  state leaders have already met with Vice President Biden to discuss Covid-19 strategies and the state and federal partnership in fighting the pandemic.

"We've got to get him prepared because the virus does not take a break because there's a disputed election," Hutchinson explained.

Governor Hutchinson also posted a Tweet on Sunday warning that at the current rate, Arkansas is on pace to see more than Covid-19 1,000 hospitalizations.

Chuck Smith brings more than 30 years' broadcast and media experience to Red River Radio. He began his career as a radio news reporter and transitioned to television journalism and newsmagazine production. Chuck studied mass communications at Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia and motion picture / television production at the University of California at Los Angeles. He has also taught writing for television at York Technical College in Rock Hill, South Carolina and video / film production at Centenary College of Louisiana, Shreveport.