A historic meeting between Israel's prime minister and Saudi Arabia's crown prince has sent a strong signal to allies and enemies alike that the two countries remain deeply committed to containing their common foe Iran. Last Sunday's covert meeting in the Saudi city of Neom, confirmed by Israeli officials but publicly denied by Riyadh, conveyed a coordinated message to U.S. President-elect Joe Biden that Washington's main allies in the region are closing ranks. It was the first publicly confirmed visit to Saudi Arabia by an Israeli leader and a meeting that was unthinkable until recently as the two countries do not have formal diplomatic relations.
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Some of President Trump's supporters are calling for a boycott of Georgia's key Senate runoff races, according to Politico. Some Republicans are concerned the president's claims of fraud in the state may cost them the Senate. James Arkin, a Senate campaigns reporter for Politico, joined CBSN to discuss.
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