Donald Trump says ‘time will tell’ who will be in White House next year | ITV News

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Donald Trump acknowledged “time will tell” who will be in White House in January, as he delivered his first public remarks since his election defeat by President-elect Joe Biden. Speaking from the White House Rose Garden, he hinted that he might not have won the election, but is still refusing to officially concede. The president said his administration would not go into lockdown, even as the US sets records for confirmed cases of Covid-19 and deaths climb to the highest levels since the spring, but admitted he could not be sure what any future administration may decide to do.

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