Donald Trump has suggested for the first time that he may have lost the US presidential election.
His remarks are the closest the President has come to conceding to rival Joe Biden.
In his first public address for a week, Mr Trump has said only "time will tell" who will be in the White House in January.
Speaking about Operation Warp Speed - the US government's pandemic vaccine programme - he said his administration would not go into lockdown.
He added: "Whatever happens in the future who knows… which administration will be... I guess time will tell but I can tell you this administration won't go into lockdown."
It comes as Joe Biden is projected to win the state of Georgia, with media reports saying that Mr Trump is considering running again in 2024.
President-elect Biden picked up a further 16 Electoral College votes with his expected Georgia win, taking his final tally to 306 votes, according to US media.
Meanwhile, Mr Trump is projected to win North Carolina - which he also won four years ago - taking his total to 232 votes.
The President is yet to concede the election, despite numerous news networks declaring Mr Biden the winner, and several Republican candidates have followed his lead in refusing to concede.
However, John Bolton, the one-time national security adviser to the President told The Pat Kenny Show yesterday that senior Republicans need to speak out to prevent further damage to the party.
He said it was time for Mr Trump to move on and said that Mr Trump was "damaging the Republican party every day this charade goes on".
Additional reporting by IRN