US News Joe Biden elected President of the United States

22:05  07 november  2020
22:05  07 november  2020 Source:   liberation.fr

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Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. (/ˌbaɪdən/ BY-dən; born November 20, 1942) is an American politician and the president - elect of the United States .

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Le candidat démocrate à la présidentielle et ancien Vice président, Joe Biden lors d'un meeting drive-in à Des Moines, Iowa, le 30 octobre 2020.  Brian Snyder-REUTERS © Brian Snyder Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden at a drive-in meeting in Des Moines, Iowa on October 30, 2020. Brian Snyder- REUTERS The Democratic candidate will become the 46th American president on January 20. Donald Trump, who refuses defeat, assures us that the election is "far from over".

His third candidacy will therefore have been the correct one. After four days of unbearable suspense in a country under high tension, Joe Biden was elected President of the United States on Saturday. An outcome immediately rejected by Donald Trump's campaign, which for its part assures that "the election is far from over".

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Joe Biden has been elected the 46th president of the United States , achieving a decades-long political ambition and denying Donald Trump a Biden won the presidency by clinching Pennsylvania and its 20 electoral votes, after several days of painstaking vote counting following record turnout

President - elect Biden to address the nation tonight. It’s official: Joe Biden has been declared the winner of the US presidential election , defeating Donald Trump. Supporters are in raptures as they celebrate Biden ’s victory. He will be the 46th president of the United States of America.

Just before 11:30 a.m. Washington time (5:30 p.m. in Paris), most of the major American media (including the Associated Press agency and the CNN and NBC channels, joined a few minutes later by Fox News) announced the election of Joe Biden. , who crossed the necessary 270 electorate mark thanks to his victory in Pennsylvania.

"Honored and Touched"

Joe Biden, 78 at the end of the month, will become the 46th - and oldest - president in US history on January 20. His running mate Kamala Harris, senator from California, will become the first woman, and the first African-American, to become vice-president. As for Donald Trump, even if he refuses for the moment to recognize his defeat, he becomes the first tenant of the White House to fail in the quest for a second term since George HW Bush in 1992.

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President - Elect Joe Biden . “The long national nightmare is over,” a reader enthuses. My family and friends are sharing their elation and joy over the American people’s decision to change the course of this nation, right the ship of state , and return decency and compassion to government.

Bundan sonra mətn redaktə edilməmişdir. Joe Biden wins US presidential election . Election of the us president . The electoral college itself will meet in December, and it is as a result of its meeting that the President of the United States will be officially elected .

“I am honored and touched by the trust the American people have placed in me and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. Faced with unprecedented obstacles, a record number of Americans voted. Proving, once again, that democracy beats intensely in the heart of America, "Joe Biden said in a statement released minutes after his victory was announced. The former vice president of Barack Obama is expected to address the nation on Saturday night from his home base in Delaware.

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After several days of endless counting in a handful of key states, Followed live day and night by millions of Americans, it was Pennsylvania, Biden's homeland, that finally gave him the victory. By winning the Keystone State, as well as Michigan and Wisconsin, he completely reconstructs the "blue wall" that Hillary Clinton lacked against Donald Trump in 2016. Several states remain undecided, including Georgia and Arizona, two Conservative strongholds where Joe Biden is slightly ahead.

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Former Vice President Joseph Biden has secured the 270 electoral votes necessary to defeat President Donald Trump and become the 46th President of the United States , according to multiple sources. Joe Biden elected president of the United States .

Joe Biden leads Donald Trump in the race for the White House but counting continues in key states . The BBC is now projecting that Joe Biden will take Wisconsin, in line with our US sister network CBS. With 99% of the votes counted, Biden currently has a lead there of just over 20,000 on

The victory of Joe Biden, epilogue of a vehement campaign and upset by the coronavirus epidemic which will constitute its first challenge, constitutes an indisputable repudiation, by a majority of Americans, of Donald Trump and his presidency as chaotic as it is divisive . With nearly 74.5 million votes, a number that will rise further as the remaining states complete their counting, Joe Biden is the candidate with the most votes in US election history.

But in this ranking, the man who comes in second is none other than Donald Trump. With more than 70 million votes (up from nearly 63 million in 2016), the former real estate mogul has proven he is capable of broadening his base, and that his style and political platform remain a driving force. powerful attraction in the country.

The challenge of reconciliation

Joe Biden is fully aware of this: besides the pandemic and the revival of a destabilized economy, his main mission will be to reconcile a deeply polarized country. “Now that the campaign is over, it's time to put the anger and hostile rhetoric behind us and come together as a nation. It is time for America to unite. And to heal his wounds. We are the United States of America. And there is nothing that we cannot do, if we do it together, "he insisted in his first" president-elect "statement.

In the Republican camp, however, the time does not seem at all to rally and unite. In a statement released immediately after the results were announced, Donald Trump accused Joe Biden of "rushing to fake himself" as the winner. "This election is far from over," he added, repeating allegations of fraud that his side has been making for days without providing any evidence. "From Monday, our campaign will start pleading our case to ensure that electoral laws are fully enforced and that the legitimate winner is installed," the statement added.

For the 299th time in his presidency, Donald Trump decided to go golfing on Saturday morning on one of the courses he owns in Virginia. He was on site when the results were announced. Nothing has filtered through his reaction yet. But in the presidential limousine that will bring him back to Washington later, he will no doubt cross paths with the thousands of Americans gathered outside the White House to celebrate his defeat.

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