Paper round up – The triumph of Joe Biden occupies worldwide front pages


Pages on the Front

The front pages of newspapers were dominated by the triumph of Joe Biden over Donald Trump in the election to become the next U.S. president.

“it’s time for America to heal.”it is time for America to heal.

The front page of the Daily Telegraph for tomorrow:

‘It’s time for America to recover’#TomorrowsPapersToday pic.

– November 7, 2020 – The Telegraph (@Telegraph)

Front page of tomorrow:

– Daily Mirror November 7, 2020 (@DailyMirror)

The Sunday Express picked up on this news.

Unite and Cure #TomorrowsPapersToday SUNDAY EXPRESS

– Neil Henderson (@hendopolis) November 7, 2020 November 7, 2020

The Observer starts with the pledge of Mr. Biden “be a president for all Americans.”

Tomorrow’s front page

– The November 7, 2020 Observer (@ObserverUK)

“Sleepy Joe wakes up America,” is the Sunday Times headline, referring to President Trump’s frequent nickname for the former vice president.

SUNDAY TIMES: America #TomorrowsPapersToday wakes up Sleepy Joe.

– Neil Henderson (@hendopolis) November 7, 2020 November 7, 2020

The election victory of Biden is “a new dawn for America,” says The Independent.

@independent front page of tomorrow #tomorrowspaperstoday To subscribe to the Regular Edition

– November 8, 2020, The Independent (@Independent)

US Election Review by David Pratt: How to fix a fractured country

When “God Bless America” is thrown out of the White House, the Sunday crowd says, “loser Trump”

How a press conference with Donald Trump ended near an adult bookstore

PEOPLE: God Bless America #TomorrowsPapersToday

– Neil Henderson (@hendopolis) November 7, 2020 November 7, 2020

A usually unique view of the result is taken by Sunday’s Daily Star.

@dailystar #frontpage for tomorrow:

— Told ya: Joe #Biden’s old fart won the election. The senile beats the mad #BidenPresident

– Daily Star (@dailystar) November 7, 2020 November 7, 2020

Meanwhile, as part of a “major” leak inquiry, the Mail on Sunday reports that Prime Minister Boris Johnson has sent security experts to investigate Cabinet ministers’ personal cell phones.

Unique MAIL ON SUNDAY: phones scanned by ministers in “chatter rat” hunt #TomorrowsPapersToday

– Neil Henderson (@hendopolis) November 7, 2020 November 7, 2020

The U.S. election results on their front pages were also shared by media outlets around the world.

Front page of The New York Times for Nov. 8, 2020. pictures
– November 7, 2020 The New York Times (@nytimes)


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