Military Denies Friction, Delays With Biden Transition Team

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The Pen­ta­gon pushed back Sat­ur­day on alle­ga­tions that the depart­ment has been slow in meet­ing requests from the Biden-Har­ris tran­si­tion team and had blocked ini­tial access to intel­li­gence agen­cies run by the military.

In a back­ground brief­ing, two senior Defense Depart­ment offi­cials denied any attempt to slow-roll the tran­si­tion and said meet­ings with Pres­i­dent-elect Joe Biden’s agency review teams were sched­uled with the Defense Intel­li­gence Agency and the Nation­al Secu­ri­ty Agency on Mon­day and Tuesday.

The offi­cials also denied that Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump’s refusal thus far to con­cede the elec­tion was ham­per­ing the tran­si­tion process at DoD.

In a state­ment Sat­ur­day before the back­ground brief­ing, Act­ing Defense Sec­re­tary Christo­pher C. Miller said that DoD’s own tran­si­tion leadership …


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