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US News American elections: Joe Biden winner? Donald Trump denounces a "fraud"

15:10  04 november  2020
15:10  04 november  2020 Source:   programme-television.org

Biden and oil: goof or not goof?

 Biden and oil: goof or not goof? © JIM WATSON / AFP Joe Biden CAMPAIGN JOURNAL # 26 - Ever since Joe Biden announced his desire to "leave the old" oil industry, which "pollutes significantly", Donald Trump has attacked it relentlessly for this "blunder". But is it really? Times have changed, and Biden has opinion on his side. The most exasperating, for four years, is to see Donald Trump and the political world be subjected to different standards.

US President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden also broke sharply on the voting Trump has spent months claiming without evidence that the votes would be ripe for fraud and Biden 's team pushed into states Trump won handily in 2016, hoping to deliver an Election Night

US President Donald Trump claimed that the available results of the election are a "major fraud " on the American public as he addressed his supporters Suggesting that he would reject results favoring his opponent Joe Biden following a drawn-out count, he said his administration wants the law "to be

While the elections are still underway in the United States, Donald Trump claims his victory and denounces a fraud.

Alors que les élections sont toujours en cours aux Etats-Unis, Donald Trump revendique sa victoire et dénonce une fraude. © Douliery Olivier / ABACA While the elections are still underway in the United States, Donald Trump claims his victory and denounces a fraud.

This Thursday, November 4, 2020, the Americans went to the polls to elect their next president. In the running, Donald Trump for the Republican Party, as well as Joe Biden for the Democratic Party. If for the moment it is the former vice-president of Barack Obama who is given the favorite, the outcome of the poll is still unknown. However, that did not stop Donald Trump from stepping forward on his victory. " We won the election." he said in a speech given at the White House.

Trump and Biden launch final sprint in key states

 Trump and Biden launch final sprint in key states USA-ELECTION: Trump and Biden launch final sprint in key states © Reuters / KEVIN LAMARQUE TRUMP AND BIDEN LAUNCH FINAL SPRINT IN KEY STATES by Steve Holland and Trevor Hunnicutt OPA-LOCKA, Fla. / WILMINGTON, Delaware (Reuters) - Donald Trump and Joe Biden on Monday kicked off the final sprint of a heated presidential campaign in the United States, marked by a record number of votes by anticipation, as businesses began to barricade for fear of unrest.

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden 's remark that his party has created “the most extensive voter fraud organization” has reinforced the former VP’s The apparent verbal flub, made just 10 days out from the November 3 election , has caught the attention of the former VP’s detractors, including

US Election 2020 highlights: In-person voting has begun in some parts of the United States. Democratic Party candidate and former vice president Joe Biden is taking on Republican Party’s nominee and incumbent President Donald Trump .

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Moreover, if he says to be ready to " go out to celebrate this victory ", the current president of the United States assures that a "fraud" preventing him from winning immediately would have occurred. However, it does not specify the nature of this. The latter insisted in particular that he was going to seize the Supreme Court in order to stop the counting of the votes.

" Keep the faith, we will win! " the Democratic candidate also told his supporters. Joe Biden currently has 238 electors, compared to 213 for Donald Trump. In order to win the election, candidates must reach 270 votes of the 538 electorate voters.

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A November 11 without national unity in Washington .
© Angela Weiss Joe Biden and his wife Jill lay a wreath in tribute to veterans on November 11, 2020 in Philadelphia Donald Trump and Joe Biden paid tribute separately on Wednesday to the American veterans on Veterans Day, making this traditional moment of unity yet another demonstration of the divisions that cross the political class and the country.

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