We may be opponent, not the enemy… says Joe Biden & again claims victory

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Washington : Everyone is waiting so long for the US Presidential election results. However, the results so far show that Democrat candidate Joe Biden holds the lead over Republican candidate Donald Trump. Meanwhile, on Friday (local time), Joe Biden once again appealed to his supporters and US citizens to maintain the peace and without naming Trump, he said that may be the opponent, not the enemies. Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden said while addressing the Americans that we are going to win this race. To reach the White House, one must obtain 270 votes out of 538 electoral college votes.

Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden said in the US presidential election that we are on track to get more than 300 electoral college votes. We are going to implement our plan to control this virus from day one. He told his supporters that the results that came from it showed who was winning. He said, the final results of the election results have not been announced yet, but the numbers of the results are telling our story that we are winning. We are going to win this race. His statement came at a time when 24 hours before now, Democrats were trailing in Pennsylvania and Georgia, but currently in both states, Democrat candidate Joe Biden is leading.

He said that we are winning in Arizona, we are winning in Nevada, to be honest, in Nevada we are leading by double. We have received more than 74 million votes here and we have the country with us. I am proud of how well we have performed throughout America. We have rebuilt the uprooted blue wall in 2016. We will win Arizona after 24 years and Georgia after 28 years.

According to news agency ANI, Biden further said that the US elections have been tough, but we should remain calm. I don’t care how many people have tried to stop it, but I will not let it happen. We believe deeply in democracy, but the aim of politics is to work for the nation. We may be opponents, but we are not enemies, we are Americans.

Joe Biden was accompanied by Kamala Harris, who is a Vice Presidential candidate from the Democrats. He appealed to US citizens to exercise restraint and remain calm while counting votes. He claimed that American citizens has elected Democrats to take action on the Coronavirus crisis, economic downturn and racism.

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