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Trump says he would ‘certainly’ leave White House once Electoral College votes for Biden

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Trump says he would ‘certainly’ leave White House once Electoral College votes for Biden

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President Donald Trump acknowledged for the first time Thursday that he would

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Trump said he will ‘certainly’ leave the White House if the Electoral College elects Joe Biden



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  • When asked if he would leave the White House if Joe Biden wins the Electoral College vote, President Trump said, “Certainly I will. Certainly I will. And you know that.”
  • The president’s remarks Thursday were the closest Trump has come yet to a concession in the November election, which was called by several news outlets weeks ago for President-elect Joe Biden.
  • Trump has not conceded to Biden, citing conspiracy theories about the election related to voter fraud and mail-in voting.
  • The General Services Administration began the formal transition process earlier this week, even as the president refuses to concede.
  • Members of the Trump administration have also started reaching out to Biden’s team to offer help with the transition.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

President Donald Trump said he “certainly” would leave the White House if the Electoral College elects President-elect Joe Biden.

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Dustin Pedroia’s Red Sox career is almost certainly over, and what a ride it was

Tomase: An appreciation for Dustin Pedroia’s Red Sox career originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston

Dustin Pedroia reached Fenway Park for the first time in September of 2006 with an aww-shucks demeanor and a tendency to stare at his shoes during interviews. At 5-foot-9 and already exhibiting the hint of a receding hairline, he wasn’t much to look at. Was this really the team’s top prospect?

“You haven’t seen the real Pedey yet,” one of his friends told me. “He’s cocky. He’s got an EDGE. You’ll see.”

Did we ever. Within a year, Pedroia was a household name, winning both the Rookie of the Year award and a World Series. By the end of his second full season, he owned an MVP. The Laser Show had been born.

We envisioned Pedroia playing out his Red Sox career well into this decade and then making a case for Cooperstown. He’d challenge

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