1. Call for patience as Labor blasts Hockey over 'fraud' voting claim  Sydney Morning Herald
  2. Trump claims 'very sad group of people' trying to 'disenfranchise' voters  The Independent
  3. Trump: 'Winning is easy, losing is never easy'  The Telegraph
  4. America had the chance to draw a definitive line under Donald Trump’s presidency – and has turned it down  The Independent
  5. Obama compares Trump to a 'two-bit dictator' who lies 'every single day'  Guardian News
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Australian political leaders have declared their confidence in a fair US election outcome, countering former treasurer Joe Hockey’s claim of “fraud” in the count.Australian political leaders have declared their confidence in a fair US election outcome, countering former treasurer Joe Hockey’s claim of “fraud” in the count.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he has "great confidence" in the US, despite uncertainty around the presidential election.Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he has "great confidence" in the US, despite uncertainty around the presidential election.

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Assuming things go Biden's way, Morrison would pivot to what would be a more conventional presidency, although one that would bring its own challenges for him, especially on climate policy.Assuming things go Biden's way, Morrison would pivot to what would be a more conventional presidency, although one that would bring its own challenges for him, especially on climate policy.

Grattan on Friday: A Biden presidency would put pressure on Scott Morrison over climate change

Grattan on Friday: A Biden presidency would put pressure on Scott Morrison over climate change

Scott Morrison has declined to criticise President Donald Trump’s call to stop the votes urging “patience” and praising the United States as a “great democracy”.Scott Morrison has declined to criticise President Donald Trump’s call to stop the votes urging “patience” and praising the United States as a “great democracy”.

US election 2020: Scott Morrison declines to condemn Donald Trump speech

NEW YORK: The US presidential election is still up in the air, but one thing is for certain: the movement created by Donald Trump is alive and well, and more solid than pundits expected.NEW YORK: The US presidential election is still up in the air, but one thing is for certain: the movement created by Donald Trump is alive and well, and more solid than pundits expected.

Win or lose, Trump's movement stronger and bigger than ever

For some Donald Trump supporters in Australia, democracy seems to be an optional extra that shouldn't get in the way of the outcome they want.For some Trump supporters here in Australia, democracy seems to be optional extra that shouldn't be allowed to get in the way of the outcome they want.

Trump's attempted coup draws a clear line: support democracy or don't

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has refused to be drawn on commenting on Donald Trump's claims of electoral fraud in the US election contest. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has refused to be drawn on commenting on Donald Trump's claims of electoral fraud in the US election contest.

Scott Morrison says 'it's not for him' to speculate on Donald Trump's claims of electoral fraud | SBS News

While US Republicans and conservative commentators were quick to condemn Trump, not so Australian conservatives and right-wing politicians.While US Republican politicians and conservative commentators were quick to condemn President Trump, not so Australian conservatives, despite their professed love for freedom. Bernard Keane reports.

Coalition, conservatives duck for cover on calls for US democracy - Michael West

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has refused to comment on the United States’ electoral process as the race to the White House tightens, with President Donald Trump threatening to go the Supreme Court over claims of voting fraud. Asked whether a delayed electoral result could damage relations between Australia and America, Mr Morrison said “what is always damaging is speculating, and so I don’t propose to do that”. “Media can … that’s fine, but governments don’t speculate,” he said. “I’m not a participant in the US political process, I am a partner, Australia is a partner with the United States, we respect the decision that the American people make in their democracy. “We will be patient … it’s not for me to run a commentary on those things and I won't." The prime minister also stated he had “great confidence in the democracy of the United States.” Prime Minister Scott Morrison has refused to comment on the United States’ electoral process as the race to the White House tightens, with President Donald Trump threatening to go the Supreme Court over claims of voting fraud. Asked whether a delayed electoral result could damage relations between Australia and America, Mr Morrison said “what is always damaging is speculating, and so I don’t propose to do that”. “Media can … that’s fine, but governments don’t speculate,” he said. “I’m not a participant in the US political process, I am a partner, Australia is a partner with the United States, we respect the decision that the American people make in their democracy. “We will be patient … it’s not for me to run a commentary on those things and I won't." The prime minister also stated he had “great confidence in the democracy of the United States.”

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he has "great confidence" in the institutions of the United States.

US election 2020: PM Scott Morrison not concerned over Trump's dismissal of vote counting

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China's new energy shares and Apple suppliers led the gains in the A-share market on Thursday, while defence companies lost ground, as early returns from the U.S. election pointed to a win for Democratic challenger Joe Biden.China's new energy shares and Apple suppliers led the gains in the A-share market on Thursday, while defence companies lost ground, as early returns from the U.S. election pointed to a win for Democratic challenger Joe Biden.

Factbox: China new energy shares, Apple suppliers lead gains as U.S. election result awaited | Reuters

With counting still to be completed in at least 5 'battleground' states, hashtags #Trump, #Biden, #USElections2020 were trending across the world, emphasizing the importance of the vote for international communityWith counting still to be completed in at least 5 'battleground' states, hashtags #Trump, #Biden, #USElections2020 were trending across the world, emphasizing the importance of the vote for international community

“What we are seeing from Trump is not different from what we have been seeing in African politics."“What we are seeing from Trump is not different from what we have been seeing in African politics."

Africans amused but alarmed by US election's aftermath - The Standard

NEW YORK: The US presidential election is still up in the air, but one thing is for certain: the movement created by Donald Trump is alive and well, and more solid than pundits expected. No matter if he wins or loses, Trumpism looks set to live on. Republican political pundit Sophia A. Nelson summed it […]

Win or lose, Trump’s movement stronger and bigger than ever – The Manila Times

Trump had many tools at hand for a coup — SCOTUS, Bill Barr, the GOP Senate — but went with Twitter "declarations"Trump had many tools at hand for a coup — SCOTUS, Bill Barr, the GOP Senate — but went with Twitter "declarations"

Clown coup: Trump's effort to overthrow democracy as well-run as his business (and presidency)

US News: HOUSTON: Young electors in the US have been making their voices heard and although the votes are being counted, their choice could shape the outcome o.US News: HOUSTON: Young electors in the US have been making their voices heard and although the votes are being counted, their choice could shape the outcome o.

Young American voters hold key to White House - Times of India

His utterances and behaviour are setting a bad example to his African counterpartsHis utterances and behaviour are setting a bad example to his African counterparts

Stumped Trump reduces US to a banana republic

America's fractured politics means that it is unlikely to reclaim soon its role as a global leader and model."There is no advanced industrial democracy more politically divided than the U.S. is today."

America Is Too Divided to Reclaim Its Global Role | Time

"Anyone else been holding their breath for 48 hours?""Anyone else been holding their breath for 48 hours?"

2020 US Election: Celebrities React To Long Wait For Final Result

President Donald Trump is a political disaster, but he didn’t choose himself, nearly 70 million voters didPresident Donald Trump is a political disaster, but he didn’t choose himself, nearly 70 million voters did

America, like any democracy, will get what it deserves