Fox News contributor Jonathan Turley said Friday that while Joe Biden has been treated as the presumed president-elect, he does not understand the pushback against legal challenges to the outcome of the presidential election.
US President Donald Trump reaffirms his promise of no lockdowns in his speech about the country's response to Covid-19.
Earlier in the day White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Trump is "not even at that point yet" when it comes to conceding to Biden. It was his first public appearance since losing to Joe Biden.
UPDATED, with comment from Andrew Cuomo: Speaking for the first time in public since the presidential race was called for Joe Biden, Donald Trump kept his remarks nearly entirely to the development of a vaccine for COVID-19, only fleetingly referring to the result of an election he lost.
With cases rising more dramatically than at any time during the pandemic, Trump talked of his administration's efforts to develop a vaccine far quicker than it normally would take.
Either Pfizer's vaccine or another one could be sent out to front-line workers in "a matter of weeks" and may be sent out to the general population "as soon as April" of next year, the president remarked from the White House Rose Garden alongside Vice President Mike Pence and other officials.
RIvera also said Trump called himself "a "realist" who will do the 'right thing.' But he wants to see "what states do in terms of certification.' Rivera said the president "sounded committed to fighting for every vote & if he loses, talking more about all he's accomplished".
China's top legislature adopts decision on HKSAR LegCo members' qualification
The group had called on United States officials to sanction those responsible for alleged human rights abuses in Hong Kong . The Hong Kong government on Wednesday disqualified four opposition lawmakers in the legislature's pro-democracy camp.
A law firm representing Republican President Donald Trump's campaign in challenging U.S. election results in Pennsylvania has withdrawn from at least one of the cases contesting ballots in the battleground state.
There have been more than 100,000 new confirmed USA cases reported daily for more than a week.
Excerpts of the book were mentioned in Nigerian writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie'sreview of the book in The New York Times.
Trump has also been talking about Wisconsin (where Biden leads by 20,000) and MI (where he leads by 148,000).
However, also as working with Trump within the past, Simon & Schuster is additionally the corporate behind the explosive tell-all books from former National Security Adviser John Bolton and Trump's niece Mary L. Trump - both of which the president visited court to undertake to prevent being released.
The 44th president writes in A Promised Land, which goes on sale on November 17, 2020, that he discerned underlying tensions while he and wife Michelle and their children were living in a sometimes suffocating White House bubble.