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Biden says he’s ready to meet with Trump if asked, has not yet received intel briefings

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U.S. President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. on Tuesday said he was ready to meet with outgoing President Donald J. Trump if asked.

“Of course I would, if he asked,” Biden told reporters after he introduced his foreign policy and national security team in Wilmington, Delaware.

Speaking with a pool of reporters for about 90 seconds upon leaving the Queen theater, Biden said he has not started intel briefings but would soon.

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The President-elect delved into foreign policy, saying he opposed a hard/guarded border between Ireland and Northern Ireland.

“We do not want a guarded border. We want to make sure – we’ve worked too long to get Ireland worked out, and I talked with the British prime minister, I talked with the Taoiseach, I talked with others, I talked to the French. The idea of having a border north and south once again being closed is just not right, we’ve just got to keep the  border open,” Biden said.

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