The election result day is finally here. Even as ballots continued to be counted, US President Donald Trump alleged “fraud” in the presidential election, and declared himself the winner, without results to back up the claims. Trump said: “We were getting ready to win this election. Frankly, we did win this election.” The President called the process of counting mail-in ballots a fraud and alleged that the Democratic Party was trying to steal the election. He pledged to fight the results of the election in the Supreme Court. “We will be going to the US Supreme Court. We want all voting to stop,” Trump said.
Earlier, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden delivered his brief remarks to an enthusiastic crowd of supporters in Delaware. Biden said he felt confident about winning Arizona, Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, arguing that “it isn’t over until every vote is counted, until every ballot is counted.”
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So far, US President Donald Trump is ahead in Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Indiana, Kentucky, and West Virginia. Joe Biden has taken leads in California, Maine, Washington, Illinois, Connecticut, Vermont, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware and Virginia.
From the states that have been called by the US media so far, Biden has secured 227 electoral votes, while Trump has won 213. A candidate needs to win 270 electoral votes to capture the US presidency.
However, the mail-in ballots could take days or weeks to be counted in some states – meaning a final winner might not be declared today, unless a candidate bags a landslide victory.
The race for the White House appears to be headed towards an uncharted territory with the Trump and Biden campaigns gearing up for a protracted legal battle in the US Supreme Court as the election results in some of the key battleground states like Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan still being counted.
All eyes are now on states like Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Nevada, North Carolina and Georgia. Counting of mail-in-ballots, which was voted in record numbers this time, might take time.
Officials in Pennsylvania said on Wednesday that they expect all votes to be counted by Friday. The Biden campaign believes that they have a definitive edge on this, while the Trump campaign fears that there could be electoral malpractice during the counting of votes.
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