US presidential election: As he defeats Donald Trump, Joe Biden promises to be ‘a president for all Americans’


After topping the 270 Electoral College votes expected to beat Donald Trump in the U.S. presidential election, Joe Biden has vowed to be a’ president for all Americans.’

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

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On Twitter, Mr. Biden said, “America, I’m honored that you elected me to lead our great country.”

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

“I will keep the trust you have placed in me.”

Mr. Biden said in a statement, ‘I am honoured and humbled by the confidence put in me and in Vice President-elect Harris by the American people.

“A record number of Americans voted in the face of unparalleled barriers. This proves once again that in the heart of America, democracy beats deep.

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“Now that the campaign is over, it’s time to put the anger and the tough rhetoric behind us and come together as a nation,” he said.

It is time for the United States to unite and recover.

“They are America’s United States. And if we do it together, there is nothing we can’t do.

A number of unsubstantiated allegations were made by Mr. Trump to say that he was cheated out of re-election, while Mr. Biden called for calm as votes were counted long after Nov. 3 in key contested states.

On Saturday morning, a top election official rejected Mr. Trump’s new claims of voter fraud.

But Federal Election Commission Commissioner Ellen Weintraub said there had been no evidence of voter fraud.

Speaking on CNN after Mr. Trump’s series of tweets – which were flagged by Twitter as containing information about the election that may be “misleading” – Democrat Ms. Weintraub said, “State and local officials, and election officials across the country, really stepped up.

“And there have been very few complaints about how this election has gone.

“Very few substantiated complaints, let me put it that way. There’s no evidence of any kind of voter fraud.


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