Joe Biden also wins Nevada and adds 290 Electoral College votes

Joe Biden also wins Nevada and adds 290 Electoral College votes According to The Associated Press, after his victory, Joe Biden also sign...

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  • Joe Biden also wins Nevada and adds 290 Electoral College votes
  • According to The Associated Press, after his victory, Joe Biden also signed up for Nevada
  • With this, according to projections, Joe Biden currently adds 290 votes from the Electoral College

Joe Biden also wins Nevada and adds 290 Electoral College votes. A few moments ago, the news agency The Associated Press, Joe Biden also won the elections in Nevada, a key state to become president of the United States.

Democratic candidate Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump on Saturday and will be the 46th president of the United States, a country bitterly divided, battered by a devastating pandemic and torn by racial and socioeconomic tensions.

The victory comes after more than three days of uncertainty, since the authorities were delayed in counting the votes cast by mail. Biden needed 270 Electoral College votes, which he got once the win was scored in Pennsylvania.

Shortly after the announcement, Biden declared that he was “honored” by the electoral victory and called for national unity.

Biden also wins Nevada

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“Now that the campaign is over, it is time to leave the grudge and harshness behind and unite as a nation,” Biden said in a statement.

“We are the United States of America,” he continued. “Nothing is impossible for us if we do it together.”

Trump did not admit defeat. In a statement, he said that “our campaign will begin to present arguments in court to ensure that electoral laws are respected and that the true winner of the elections takes office.”

Biden, 77, campaigned not so much on political or ideological promises, but on the idea that a national coalition had to be forged to defeat Trump, seeing him as a threat to American democracy.

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Biden with advantage in key state of Nevada

The prolongation of the process in Nevada heightened anxiety in a country where racial and cultural divisions deepened during the campaign.

The Democratic candidate was at his home in Wilmington, Delaware, as the count advanced. His collaborators said he will speak to the country at night, in primetime. Trump was in the White House as the results rolled in slowly, adding to his rival’s lead in Pennsylvania.

According to The Associated Press, Trump’s campaign is silent, in sharp contrast to the day before, when he projected optimism on a morning teleconference and announced lawsuits in key states in a series of hastily organized press conferences.

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Trump is rehearsing how far he can go in using presidential powers to undermine confidence in voting, The Associated Press said.

On Thursday, he made unfounded accusations of fraud to falsely claim that his rival is trying to seize power. It is unprecedented for an American president to cast doubt on the democratic process.

“It’s a case where they try to steal an election, they try to rig an election,” Trump said from the podium in the White House press room.

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Biden with advantage in key state of Nevada

Biden, for his part, tried to defuse the situation and project a more traditional image of the presidential leadership. After receiving information about the coronavirus, he declared that “every vote must be counted.”

“I ask that everyone remain calm. The process works, ”Biden said. “It is the will of the voters. No one else decides who elects the president of the United States of America ”.

Trump gave no sign of giving in, and around 2:30 a.m. he insisted on Twitter that “the United States Supreme Court must decide!”

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On Friday, Trump issued a statement promising to use “all available legal remedies” but at the same time declaring that the contest “is no longer about a particular election.”

While recently the Biden campaign made a loud announced about the first thing they will do to win the presidential elections.

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Biden with advantage in key state of Nevada

Biden with an advantage in the key state of Nevada. Democratic candidate Joe Biden’s lead over President Donald Trump has grown slightly to 22,657 votes in the key state of Nevada that could decide the election.

The result on Friday afternoon was due to ballots mailed from the Democratic-dominant Clark County, which encompasses Las Vegas and three-quarters of the population of Nevada.

The former vice president accumulates 632 thousand 558 votes, for 609 thousand 901 for Trump. Scrutiny continues in Nevada and other contested states.

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The new batch of results corresponded to 63,000 ballots received by mail that, according to Clark County Clerk Joe Gloria, poll workers had begun processing. He added that he expected the bulk to be processed by Sunday. Gloria also has 60,000 additional provisional ballots that will be processed later.

In accordance with The Associated Press, Democrat Joe Biden was on the brink of winning the presidency on Friday by gaining narrow leads over President Donald Trump in the crucial states of Georgia and Pennsylvania.

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Biden is in a stronger position to get the 270 Electoral College votes, the minimum necessary to make it to the presidency. The winner will rule a country facing unprecedented challenges: a resurgent pandemic and deep political polarization.

Biden surpasses Trump by more than 9,000 votes in Pennsylvania and more than 1,500 in Georgia starting the third day after Election Day without knowing who will be the country’s leader for the next four years, this according to information from The Associated Press news agency.

With information: The Associated Press

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