Joe biden most likely to be declared winner of elections 2020-Its all over for Trump

 Biden takes lead of more 5500 votes in Pennsylvania- Trump is no more in a position to win after losing Pennsylvania

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has taken all important lead in Pennsylvania to clinch the presidency. American media will soon declare him projected winner of 2020 race. Trump not seems in a mood to concede defeat.  Joe Biden also leading in Georgia with a narrow margin of nearly 1970 votes. 

Biden's running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris of California, made history by becoming the nation's first female, Black, and Indian American vice president.

Biden surpassed the 270 electoral votes required to win the White House by flipping the battleground states of Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, according to projections by Decision Desk HQ.  Georgia, North Carolina, and Nevada are continuing to count ballots in their tight races.

Biden won over 4 million more votes than Trump as of Friday, a lead that's likely to grow as states finalize their results in the coming days and weeks.With Biden's victory, Trump becomes the 13th president to lose reelection and just the fourth to do so since the end of World War II.

Biden had led Trump in national and state polling for months, and though he ultimately won the race, polls in critical states significantly overstated his lead. Biden's win came after two full days of ballot counting, which was delayed in many states because of a surge in mail-in voting during the coronavirus pandemic.

With Biden's victory, Trump becomes the 13th president to lose reelection and just the fourth to do so since the end of World War II.

The Trump campaign filed lawsuits in Michigan, Georgia, and Pennsylvania in an effort to halt the states' vote counts, and it called for a recount in Wisconsin. While a candidate has the legal right to request a recount, Trump does not have the authority to unilaterally demand that legally cast ballots be discounted.

Biden's election is a rebuke of Trump's presidency, which for the past nine months has been marred by the administration's response to a coronavirus pandemic that has killed more than 230,000 Americans and resulted in an economic crisis. Biden's win also happened against the backdrop of Trump's attacks on the integrity of the election process, none of which have been supported by evidence or empirical data.

He and Harris are poised to mend much of President Barack Obama's legacy, which was fractured by Trump's term. They are expected to push through a set of major progressive policy priorities, including green infrastructure and expanded healthcare.

                                                                     Khalid Bhatti 

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