Vote-based presidential nominee Joe Biden talked on Friday night to reaffirm his conviction that he would in the end emerge victorious against President Trump. Asking for calm and tolerance as his lead against the Republican incumbent has widened in key swing states that are as yet counting votes.
“We will dominate this election with an unmistakable larger majority,” Biden stated, speaking alongside his running mate, Kamala Harris, in his home state of Delaware.
“What’s turning out to be clear every hour is that a record number of Americans, of all races, beliefs, religions to chose change over more of the same,” he said.
Biden has conveyed comments each day since Election Day, promoting positive thinking from his allies and urging states to keep counting ballots so a reasonable winner in the election could emerge.
As of Friday night, Biden had won 264 of the 270 electoral votes necessary to secure the presidency. Trump, the Republican candidate had won 214.
Biden’s remarks come as the president’s path to re-appointment has narrowed extensively, provoking Trump to regurgitate outlandish allegations of voter fraud with an end goal to subvert the integrity of the election.
Political election experts concur there is no proof of widespread voter fraud, in spite of Trump and his partners proceeding to push unwarranted conspiracies on the issue.
On Friday night, Trump tweeted: “Joe Biden should not wrongfully claim the office of the President. I could make that claim too. Legal proceedings are just now beginning!”
In a later tweet, he expressed: “I had such a major lead in these states late into political election night. Just to see the leads marvelously vanish as the days passed by. Maybe these leads will return as our lawful procedures push ahead!”
Biden on Friday had chiseled away at earlier Trump leads in Georgia and Pennsylvania. The former VP pulled ahead in the two states. Which Trump relies upon in the event that he is to be reappointed.
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