Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden just gave a speech, saying that the vote and public opinion clearly show that they will win the election, even though there aren’t any final declaration of victory yet.
“We will win this election. We expect to get more than 300 electoral votes. As of now, we have received more than 74 million votes,” Biden said. “This is more than any previous presidential election. And our total votes are still growing.”
According to a law enforcement source familiar with Biden’s campaign plan in Delaware that night, if the election results of a certain state are announced before 10 pm ET (7th, 11 pm MYT), Biden and his running partner Kamala Harris plan to give an outdoor speech at 11:30 pm ET ( 7th, 12:30 pm MYT). However, if the election results are not updated, Biden will speak alone indoors at around 11 pm ET (7th, 12 pm MYT).
Biden: we will win the election
“Look at what happened yesterday. Twenty-four hours ago, we were behind in Georgia, and now we are leading, we will win this state. Twenty-four hours ago, we were behind in Pennsylvania, (now) we will win Pennsylvania. We are leading as we are about to win in Arizona and Nevada. In fact, our lead in Nevada has doubled. We are winning more than 300 electoral votes. Look. National numbers. We will win this election with a clear majority,” Biden said in his speech.
Biden said that voters have given us the right to take action on the COVID-19, climate change and systemic racism issues. He also mentioned that he had never been more optimistic about the future of this country than (now).
In his speech, Biden reiterated the unity since Election Day. He also emphasized that after he officially assumes the presidency of the United States, he will put the issue of the new crown virus pneumonia epidemic first.
President Trump also tweeted a warning earlier, “Biden should not falsely claim that he is the president, and if so, I can say the same.” At the same time, he emphasized that all election legal procedures are underway and everything has just begun.
Trump emphasized that on the night of the election, he was far ahead in all states where no votes were issued. “But with time, this lead has miraculously disappeared”. Perhaps these clues will reappear as the legal process begins.
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