‘We’re going to win this race’: Biden predicts victory as his lead over Trump grows

‘We’re going to win this race’: Biden predicts victory as his lead over Trump grows

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Washington/Washington/Washington: Democrat Joe Biden (Joe Biden) said that as his lead over the battlefield state President Donald Trump continues to grow, he will win the presidency of the United States.

“The numbers tell us … it’s a clear and convincing story: We’re going to win this race,” Biden said late on Friday, adding that he and his running mate Kamala Harris were already meeting with experts as they prepare for the White House.

Since 2000, Americans have waited longer for the winner than any presidential election, because officials methodically counted a record number of mailed votes in the game on Tuesday. The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted many people to avoid large numbers of voters on election day.

With thousands of votes still to be counted, it is not clear when this fierce game will end.

Biden’s supporters danced on the streets of Philadelphia, while Trump’s armed supporters said in Phoenix and Detroit that despite any illegal activities, the election was still being stolen. Trump’s supporters plan to hold dozens of rallies on Saturday under the banner of “stop stealing.”

Biden initially planned his Delaware speech to celebrate the victory, but he changed his attitude without a formal call by the TV network and other election forecasters.

Nevertheless, this is still a straightforward challenge to Trump. While Biden insisted on leading the leaders of the four states (Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, and Nevada) that will determine the outcome in the White House, the current Republican president was not in the White House on Friday.

Biden leads the country with 4.1 million votes out of a record 147 million votes. Biden said that Americans have given him the task of dealing with the pandemic, difficult economics, climate change, and systemic racism.

“They made it clear they want the country to come together, not continue to pull apart,” Biden said.

He said he hopes to speak to the Americans again on Saturday.

Trump has been provocative, vowing to base allegations of fraud on groundless grounds because his Republicans tried to raise $60 million to fund a lawsuit that questioned the results. But in his camp, some people think that legal work is messy, and so far, they have not succeeded in court.

According to Edison Research, as the count entered the fifth day, former Vice President Biden decided the winner with a 253 to 214 lead in the state election commission election. Democrats are increasingly frustrated that the Internet has not yet won.

Protecting the 20 electoral votes in Pennsylvania will enable Biden to win the president’s 270 after the political career he needs dates back nearly fifty years.

If Biden wins in two of the other three major states, he will also win. Like Pennsylvania, the three were still processing votes on Friday.

When officials counted a large number of mailed votes, Biden narrowed the lead in Nevada and Arizona, replacing Trump in Pennsylvania and Georgia earlier on Friday.

In Arizona, Biden led by 29,861 votes with 97% of the tally completed. In Nevada, he led by 22,657 votes with 93% of the count complete.

In Georgia, he led by a mere 4,289 votes with the count 99% complete, while in Pennsylvania he led by 27,130 votes with 96% of the vote complete.

Biden said Trump’s demands to stop the count would not work.

“Your vote will be counted. I don’t care how hard people try to stop it. I will not let it happen,” Biden said.

Trump did not show signs that he was prepared to admit, because his campaign had a series of lawsuits, which legal experts said was unlikely to change the election results.

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