Frontline member of the Trump legal team Sidney Powell comments exclusively on the claims that are going to be made in the legal battle to come over the presidential election results. - with political analyst Mark Halperin and Newsmax TV's Rob Schmitt
US President Donald Trump has spoken publicly for the first time since the election was projected for his rival Joe Biden.
In a White House news conference on the US coronavirus response, he insisted that he would not put the country into lockdown "under any circumstances".
But in a reference to the election result, he said: "Whatever happens in the future - who knows which administration it will be, I guess time will tell."
Mr Trump has yet to concede the election to his Democratic rival. Bach said it won't be mandatory, but he left no doubt it will be strongly pushed. President-elect Joe Biden met virtually Monday with the U.S. Conference of Mayors about the coronavirus pandemic, pledging to work with the city leaders regardless of party and insisting it will be his "first priority" as president. (Nov. 23) Election Day 2020 was marked with an unprecedented uncertainty in the integrity of the voting system and concerns over possible leftist unrest. One America's Chanel Rion has more from Washington..