US elections live: Biden on the verge of defeating Trump by growing margins in Nevada and Pennsylvania US news





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Biden delivers a rush address

Joe Biden And the Kamala Harris He is expected to address the nation in a climactic speech this evening, the campaign official confirmed to The Guardian.

Lauren Gambino
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Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are expected to make prime-time remarks this evening, according to a campaign official


November 6, 2020

Biden is poised to win after taking the lead in Pennsylvania, which would raise his vote in his 20th electoral pool from 270 to become the next president.

Both candidates are expected to speak.





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Philadelphia officials hold a press conference on vote counting





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Johnson expresses his confidence in the “checks and balances” of the US government

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson He refused to rely on the US election result, insisting that “we must wait and see” during the counting of the votes.

Amid unfounded fraud allegations before Donald TrumpJohnson also stressed that he fully trusts the checks and balances of the US Constitution, as well as making it clear that he will work with whoever emerges as the winner of the competition.

Speaking on Friday as the name Joe Biden “If I am a voter in America, I don’t think I want anyone in another government to comment on my election, and our election in our country, and I think while the votes are counted,” Johnson said, as he headed toward victory by assuming leadership in Pennsylvania and Georgia. We must wait and see.

And I have complete confidence in the checks and balances of the American constitution.

Asked whether he would miss Trump – who was supportive of Johnson – if he walked out of the White House, Johnson said: “Let’s be clear, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom will always work very closely with anyone who is … the President of the United States and that will be the case. The result of this election. “





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Senator Roy Blunt, Who is close to Mitch McConnell, Until many in the Republican leadership are reluctant to follow it Donald Trump card On the road to constitutional chaos if the president tries to disrupt the peaceful transfer of power.

“You can’t stop counting in one state and decide you want the count to continue in another state. This might be how you want to see the system work but that’s not how the system works,” Blunt said.

“Part of the leadership’s commitment is that you always have to think about how to leave,” Blunt added.

Reports indicated that Trump has no intention of giving up if the presidential race is called Joe Biden.

Asked about this possibility today, Biden spokesman Andrew Bates He said, “As we said on July 19, the American people will decide this election. The United States government is fully capable of escorting the infiltrators outside the White House.”





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Mitch McConnell He refused to answer reporters’ questions about what he would do as the most senior Republican in Congress if the president of the United States refused to waive the election.

“I’m not going to answer any assumptions about where to go from here,” the Senate Majority Leader told reporters when asked what he would do. He refused several times to answer the question, referring to a previous tweet, saying that this was the extent of his comments on the matter.

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Here’s how this should work in our great country: Every legal vote should count. Any unlawful ballot papers you must not. All parties must monitor the process. Courts are here to enforce laws and resolve disputes.

This is how the American vote decides the outcome.


November 6, 2020

Donald Trump He made a series of startling and baseless allegations about voter fraud and rigged elections, falsely asserting that he would have actually won the election had it not been for a conspiracy involving “illegal” votes.

Senate Republicans They were largely wary of endorsing – and some even rebuking – Trump for his unfounded claims about a rigged election.

But Thursday evening, Republicans in the Senate Lindsay Graham And the Ted Cruz He appeared on Fox to support a number of the president’s evidence-free allegations of voter fraud.

In response to a question by the host, Sean HannityIf the Pennsylvania legislature is to cancel delegates chosen by the electorate, “everything should be on the table,” Graham said.

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Biden’s progress is growing in Pennsylvania and Nevada

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