US election: Joe Biden wins in Wisconsin, Trump calls for a recount

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In the United States, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden won on Wednesday in Wisconsin, a key electoral field.

President Donald Trump’s campaign manager has called for a new census in Wisconsin. Please say there are 10 votes for the electoral college here. On the other hand, a candidate needs at least 270 of the 538 electoral college votes to win the election.

According to the latest estimates after the Wisconsin win, Biden has 248 votes on the electoral college against Trump’s 214, making it very difficult for the president to win the election.

With 95 percent of the votes, Biden leads by over 20,000 votes. Political experts said it was difficult for Trump to overcome this. There were close races in several key electoral areas in Tuesday’s elections. No major US media has predicted a clear election winner.

Earlier, Trump described the election as a “joke about the American public” and declared, “We clearly won this election.” He said without citing evidence of fraud in the electoral process. “Suddenly everything just stops. Over. It’s a joke for the American public. It’s an embarrassment for our country. We prepared to win this election. Honestly, we won this election.” “We will win and for me we have already won it. “