Biden wins Presidential race in fiercely contested '20 US election

On Saturday, former US Vice-President and Democratic candidate Joe Biden was announced as the winner of '20 US Presidential election as congratulations flew away from the leaders of major G20 economies

by Sourav D
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Biden wins Presidential race in fiercely contested '20 US election

Four days after voting polls had been closed, Joe Biden, the Democratic challenger to Republic President Donald Trump, had seized the US Presidency on Saturday, as Americans had narrowly rejected Trump’s tumultuous leadership which had witnessed year-long trade debates, a poorly managed pandemic outbreak alongside an end to the world’s No.

1 economy’s longest run of winning streak. Besides, American voters appeared to be embracing Biden’s pledge towards battling a pandemic and fixing a recessed economy in a deeply divided United States.

Biden wins US Presidential race as investors celebrate, congratulations pour

In point of fact, as expected, the Democratic challenger Joe Biden had snatched up 20 Electoral College votes following his win in a key battleground US state of Pennsylvania on Saturday, which in effect had provided Biden with 270 seats he required to seal the presidential triumph and prompted all major Television and radio networks to declare that the former US Vice President Joe Biden had won the 2020 US Presidential election after nail-biting four days of suspenseful events.

In tandem, while the voting poll results for Pennsylvania came through late on Saturady, calling for a united America to heal prior damages occurred during the meretricious leadership of Trump, Biden said in tweet, “With the campaign over, it’s time to put the anger and the harsh rhetoric behind us and come together as a nation.

It’s time for America to unite. And to heal. ” Nonetheless, Trump, who was actually playing golf during the announcement, had accused Biden of “rushing to falsely pose as the winner” reiterating mass-scale fraud, though election officials across the United States were quoted saying that there had been no evidence of substantial fraud and legal experts said that Trump’s legal efforts to hold on to White House would highly unlikely to bear fruits.

Meanwhile, congratulations flew away from the leaders across the globe for the next US President Joe Biden who was expected to address the nation late on Saturday, while conservative UK PM Boris Johnson, Canadian PM Justine Trudeau alongside German Chancellor Angela Merkel were among the leaders who congratulated Joe Biden and toasted over the victory, making it tougher for Trump to hold forth with his repeated claims that the election was rigged.

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