US presidential election 2020, D + 2 Les Jeudis de l'Ifri
A videoconférence "Les jeudis de l'Ifri" around Laurence NARDON, head of Ifri's North America program.
While the polls continue to favor Democratic candidate Joe Biden, the results of the election and the proclamation of the winner may, in the context of a pandemic, not be accepted by the defeated candidate. Where will we be two days after the election? What would be the first steps each of the two candidates would take if elected?
Chair : Thomas Gomart, director of Ifri.
This debate is for corporate members only. It will be conducted in French.
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