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New President Joe Biden tells reporters that outgoing president Donald Trump left him a "very generous" letter in the Oval Office, in keeping with tradition. "The president wrote a very generous letter," says Biden in the Oval Office. "Because it's private, I will not talk about it until I talk to him," he adds. SOUNDBITE

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