While America's peaceful transfer of power plays out in Washington this week, the exact opposite is happening in Gambia. There, Yahya Jammeh has held sway since a military coup in 1994. But last month, voters finally booted him out. Initially, Jammeh conceded defeat and said he'll step down. But just a week later, he said, 'You know what? I changed my mind.' So, now Gambia has 2 presidents.
The real, elected one - Adama Barrow - was due to take power today. But Jammeh isn't budging. So troops from other West African are massed on the border, ready to come in and and push him out.