American results 2020: Donald Trump wrongly claims victory, 10 points

Donald Trump addresses a White House press conference

 

2020 US Election Results: US President Donald Trump on Wednesday declared a “fake” victory over Democratic rival Joe Biden when large numbers of votes were cast in a tight competition to reach the White House Still to be reckoned with.

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In his White House speech, Trump said: “The election results were unprecedented. We are preparing to win this election. A large number of people show up to celebrate the victory. ” Trump said: “We are going to win”.

Donald Trump said: “This is kind of a deception of the American public. We’re on the verge of winning the election, to frankly say we won the election. Now our goal is to ensure the integrity of the country. We will now stop voting. Go to the Supreme Court of the United States. “

“We all want to stop voting,” he said, “we don’t want to allow them to find ballots until 4 am and include them in the list, as far as I’m concerned we have already won. ”

Joe Biden’s camp reacted to this demand to stop voting, calling it “unprecedented”. Biden’s camp has been informed that its legal team is ready to “take the matter to court”.

Biden was told: “The vote will not stop. This will continue until every vote is counted.

Joe Biden said in a speech in his hometown of Delaware: “We think we are on the way to victory”.

Trump won a very tough game in Florida and Texas. According to projections, Trump won in Oklahoma and Kentucky in addition to Indiana. Joe Biden has won the states of Massachusetts, New Jersey, Maryland, Tennessee and West Virginia in addition to Vermont.

Joe Biden appears to have won in a total of 18 states, including his home state, Delaware, New York, California, and the US capital Washington DC. Where Biden won, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton also won in 2016.

In the United States, everyone’s eyes are on the results of the presidential election, in the midst of the Kovid-19 epidemic, more than 10 million Americans voted in the pre-ballot.

The four candidates of Indian descent – Dr Amy Bera, Pramila Jaipal, Ro Khanna and Raja Krishnamurthy – who argued over the Democratic Party’s ticket for the United States House of Representatives in the lower house of Congress, have again won, performing brilliantly.

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