US election: Trump goes to court to suspend Georgia vote; 6 votes behind Biden’s victory

Also read: US election: Biden’s victory, 264 votes against Trump’s 214

US President Donald Trump has reached the court to stop the vote count in Georgia. The Associated Press cited this information in its report.

On Wednesday, Wednesday, he appealed to the court to stop counting ballot papers in Michigan and Pennsylvania. Trump says his prosecutors have been unlawfully refused to vote.

On the other hand, according to Fox News, the Democratic expectations are in place this time around. He won 264 of the 270 planned election votes for the presidency, while incumbent President Donald Trump received 214 votes.

At the same time, Fox News has estimated that after winning the state of Michigan, Mr Biden would only need six votes to win the presidential election.

According to Fox News, Mr. Biden got 49.9 percent of the vote and Mr. Donald Trump got 48.6 percent of the 99 percent of the vote, and Mr. Biddell has an estimated 16 electoral votes in the states. Fox News has reported that Mr Biden only needs six votes to become President of the United States.