WASHINGTON / Wilmington – US President Donald Trump on Thursday launched an extraordinary attack on the country’s democratic process from the White House, misrepresenting that elections are taking place as the chances of re-election decline as more votes are being counted in some battlefield states. From him.
Without giving any evidence, Trump reprimanded election workers and accused them of cheating in states that are pushing Democrat Joe Biden closer to victory as a result of countless declining votes.
“This is the context in which they are trying to steal the election,” Trump said.
Several news networks distanced themselves from the president, who left the White House briefing for 15 minutes without asking questions.
Biden, a former vice president, has maintained Republican positions in Pennsylvania and Georgia, despite narrow interests in Nevada and Arizona, and is close to securing 270 votes in the state-by-state Electoral College to determine the winner.
In three of the four states, margins between the two have tightened since Wednesday, as counting center results have been skewed and anxious Americans are tired and waiting for a resolution after a deeply contradictory election.
In Pennsylvania, Trump’s leadership dropped from 319,000 to 74,000 a day later on Wednesday afternoon, while in Georgia his margin fell from 68,000 to less than 4,000. With the best ballots from the Democratic voting areas, including the cities of Philadelphia and Atlanta, it was hoped that those numbers would continue in favor of Biden.
At the same time, Biden held a 93,000 to 65,000 lead in the Arizona deal; He is leading in Nevada by 11,000 votes.
Following the capture of key battlefield states of Wisconsin and Michigan on Wednesday, several major television networks gave Biden a 253 to 214 lead in electoral college votes.
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