The president said that it would be a " very hard thing to concede " to Biden, but that he would leave the White House in January if electors voted for Biden. He avoided the question and said it would be "a mistake" if the Electoral College confirmed Biden will be the next president. Trump has not appeared to be particularly engaged outside of Twitter since his election loss, with few public engagements even as the coronavirus continues to gallop across the country.
Trudeau said vaccines will begin arriving in Canada "in the first months of 2021". Sharma said her department has been reviewing clinical trial data on a rolling basis since October 9. Njoo conceded there will be logistical difficulties in getting vaccines out to all Canadians, and said the Public Health Agency of Canada is working closely with the Canadian Armed Forces on a distribution plan.
He said the manufacturers in Canada also have other orders they are processing for the flu and for childhood vaccinations and couldn't just scrap that production for COVID even if the technology was interchangeable. Trudeau was pummelled on the vaccine question in the House of Commons by all the opposition parties on Wednesday. Canada now has deals to buy more vaccines per capita than any other country.
Certainly I will, and you know that ", Trump calmly stated at the interaction's conclusion. In response to Mason's question, Trump accused the Electoral College of making a "mistake" claiming election fraud. Despite stating that he'd step down, Trump claims there was widespread voter fraud with little to no evidence to support it. The US Congress will gather on January 6, 2021 to formally certify the Electoral College results and declare the victor of the White House.
While no one claimed responsibility for the attack, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif pointed the finger at Israel, calling the killing an act of " state terror ". local time (11:00 GMT). The powerful truck bomb sent debris flying at least 300 meters (yards) and damaged nearby electricity poles and transmitters, The New York Times reported .
China will impose taxes on Australian wine of up to 212%, starting on Saturday. The measure will be temporary. Australia has responded defiantly to China imposing anti-dumping tariffs on Australian wine, saying the "seriously concerning development" looks to be about diplomatic grievances and not any action by winemakers.