The number of votes released in the US continues and there is a close fight between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump held a press conference and claimed victory. He said that as far as I know, we have won the election. He also accused Joe Biden of fraud in counting votes. US President Donald Trump called for a move to the Supreme Court, claiming the country was a ‘big fraud’.
Donald Trump said that if I speak clearly, we have won the election. Biden knows he is losing. They are losing, so are preparing to go to court. We are going to win this election. To be honest, we have won. Our mission is to ensure integrity for the good of the country. We want the law to be used properly. So we are going to the Supreme Court. He further said that this is a fraud, a shame “on the American public”.
Democratic Party presidential candidate Joe Biden is still leading in the US presidential election counting, but the gap between President and Republican nominee Donald Trump and now remains narrow. Of the 538 electoral college seats, Joe Biden won 225 and Trump 213, according to news agency AP. To reach the White House, one has to win at least 270 electoral college seats.
According to the latest report, Trump is leading in important battleground states of Florida, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan. Biden continues to lead in Arizona and Minneapolis. Battlegrounds are said to be areas where the trend is unclear.
Biden’s campaign team tried not to overestimate its performance in Florida, where there are 29 ‘electoral college seats. He said in a statement, “We said that there will be a thorn collision in Florida and there is also …. We also said that we do not need to win it and that is true. ‘ At the same time, Biden has won in New Jersey and New York. In New York, Biden received 2.2 million votes and Trump received 1.2 million votes.
According to the New York Times news, the former vice president has won in Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Vermont and Virginia. While President Trump is leading in Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, West Virginia, Wyoming, Indiana, and South Carolina.
All eyes on the US are focused on the results of the presidential election, with more than 10 million Americans casting their votes in pre-voting amid the outbreak of the Kovid-19 epidemic. On the night of Election due to the Corona virus, ‘silent’ crowd appeared on Times Square, packed with crowds. Counting for the US presidential election began on Tuesday night.