US 2020 presidential race: Joe Biden wins US presidential election

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The 2020 U.S. election was won by Joe Biden, with the Democrat set to become the United States’ 46th president.

After winning the state of Pennsylvania, the Democrat is projected to become the 46th U.S. president to exceed the 270 electoral votes required to win.

As the first female, black, and Indian-American vice president, Biden will enter the White House with running mate Kamala Harris as she makes history.

Joe Biden will become the oldest man ever elected to the White House with his anticipated victory.

As the first female, black and Indian-American vice president, Kamala Harris is set to make history.

On Saturday, the former vice president was dubbed the Pennsylvania champion, meaning he has an insurmountable lead in the White House race.

I am grateful, America, that you choose me to lead our great country.

The job ahead is going to be hard, but I promise you this: I am going to be the president of all Americans, whether or not you voted for me.

I’m going to maintain the trust you put in me. pic.twitter.com/moA9qhmjn88
– Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) November 7, 2020 November 7, 2020

With the victory in Pennsylvania, Joe Biden secured the vote, subject to any legal challenges, to become the next president.

Winning the vote in the three states that voted for Mr. Trump in 2016, Wisconsin, Michigan and Arizona, opened up a variety of routes to the Democratic nominee’s presidency.

U.S. Election Update:’ No proof of fraudulent voting’ says the Election Commission in the U.S. election.

There’s so much more to this election than @JoeBiden or me. It’s about the soul of America and our willingness to fight for it. We have a lot of work to do. Let’s get started.pic.twitter.com/Bb9JZpggLN
– Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) November 7, 2020

President Donald Trump had claimed he was being cheated out of re-election with a series of unsubstantiated allegations, while Biden had called for calm as votes in key contested states were counted well after Nov. 3.

It is the first time in 28 years that a sitting U.S. president has failed to secure a second term in the White House.

On social media, Biden wrote: “America, I am honored that you elected me to lead our great country. The work ahead will be tough, but I promise you this: I will be a president for all Americans – whether you voted for me or not. I will keep the trust you have placed in me.”

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