close Video Joe Biden projected to become 46th President of the United States Fox News White House correspondent John Roberts has the latest from the North Lawn. With the pandemic still raging and Americans pouring onto streets following President Trump’s projected 2020 election loss – the mayor of a city hard-struck by coronavirus broke social distancing for selfies. Photos from around the country show large groups – with many people wearing masks but few social distancing – gathering to alternately celebrate or protest former Vice President Joe Biden’s projected victory over President Trump. In New York City, outspoken Trump critic Mayor Bill de Blasio shared selfies with other New Yorkers, wearing masks but not socially distanced in a crowd. His office did not immediately respond to a Fox News request for comment. DE BLASIO: NEW YORKERS CAN REPORT SOCIAL DISTANCING VIOLATIONS BY TEXTING PHOTOS TO AUTHORITIES Videos and photographs show widespread celebrations throughout the Big Apple Saturday. People in New York’s Times Square look up at a monitor as President-elect Joe Biden addresses the nation, Nov. 7. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle) Many people, not all, were seen wearing masks. And images showed large crowds of people flouting social distancing guidelines. Earlier in… Read full this story
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