US News Press comments on Biden's election victory: "A moment of humility and reflection"

14:30  08 november  2020
14:30  08 november  2020 Source:   sueddeutsche.de

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President- elect Joe Biden declared victory in the US presidential race on Saturday. They’ve delivered us a convincing victory . A clear victory ,” Biden told the crowd of supporters in his hometown of Wilmington. But let us also show some humility in our triumph, and think about how we got here.

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On Joe Biden's victory in the US presidential election, the New York Times writes: "Having looked into the abyss of autocratic nationalism, the American people have now decided to step back from the edge. " Biden will still face a crisis when he takes office in January. Because his predecessor is leaving behind an America that is "weaker, poorer, sicker and more divided" than it was four years ago. Recovery will not be quick or easy. Donald Trump did his best to undermine the democratic foundations of the nation. "They were shaken, but they didn't break." It is now up to Biden to strengthen and protect this foundation again.

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Biden's election victory is cause for celebration, writes the London Sunday newspaper The Observer, but is "also a moment of humility and reflection. Joe Biden drew a record number of votes - more than 74 million or almost 51 The Trump total was the second highest ever at over 70 million, the highest turnout since 1900. These extraordinary numbers alone show the depth of the passions and divisions that haunt and plague America today . You're a warning. "

The conservative US newspaper New York Post turns away from President Donald Trump in the dispute over the election result in the USA. In an article on Saturday, the newspaper's commentators wrote that Trump had done a lot for the country - but he must stop the conspiracy theory of the "stolen election" if he did not want to "marginalize" his own voice. At the same time, the newspaper published an unusually positive article about the newly elected President Joe Biden entitled "It's Joe Time" ("It's time for Joe"). Just a few weeks ago, the New York Post had published a damning article about Joe Biden's son Hunter. It was based on questionable sources and brought criticism nationwide.

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"Probably nobody in America believes that Biden's victory alone will solve the country's enormous problems," writes the Tages-Anzeiger from Switzerland. "This time, more than 70 million Americans voted for Trump - and thus explicitly approved what he has done and said over the past four years. These people will not disappear, not even with anointing appeals to unity and harmony. And yet: One Trump's second term would have brought America to a dark point. It would have deepened the wounds and inflicted new ones. With Trump's election at least the bleeding stopped. This is only the first step - but now, at this moment, the most important. "

"Historians will likely conclude that Joe Biden won, in large part, because he wasn't Donald Trump," writes the British newspaper The Telegraph . "However, Biden must have benefited from Trump's success in containing the Iran learn and he must not return to the failed foreign policy of the Obama era. We must also hope that he overcomes his technocratic and emotional opposition to Brexit: Great Britain is leaving the EU, that can no longer be shaken. "

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The victory of the democratic candidate Joe Biden slows the advance of national populism, writes the Spanish newspaper El País . "Biden is not a perfect or inspiring candidate. But he does stand for the White House's return to moderation, respect for democratic principles and institutions, and dialogue and multilateralism at the international level. His success is a change of time for his country and for the West. "

Joe Biden inherits a deeply divided country with fragmented power structures, writes the Belgian newspaper De Standaard . "The Democrats occupy the White House and the House of Representatives, the Republicans dominate the Senate and, to a certain extent, the Supreme Court as well. These opposites could lead to a new stalemate. And that despite the immense challenges. This possible inability to act is the breeding ground for Trump intellectual free riders. "

After four years of Donald Trump, Joe Biden is facing the daunting task of rebuilding everything or almost everything, writes the French newspaper Le Monde. Because US President Trump will probably continue until the last day of his presidency and "behave like a black hole of egocentrism that would rather devour democracy, the whole country and the planet than admit a defeat or a mistake".

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