US presidential election: Biden receives 223 votes, Trump 214 votes, Trump says he will go to the Supreme Court

The counting process continues in America, the most powerful country in the world. It will be clear in no time that the American public has given Donald Trump one more chance or decided to hand over power to Biden. The security of the White House and other key sites was increased in light of the election results.

Trump and Biden are in an uphill battle. Based on the results so far, there is a big boom in the US elections.

So far there are 214 votes in Donald Trump’s account, while Joe Biden has 223 votes. Trump has said he will go to the Supreme Court against the results. Millions of people in the US have already voted by mail or ballot. So far, 93 million people, i.e. 930 million people, have voted, which is two thirds of the total of 138.8 million in 2016. This year around 239 million people are eligible to vote.

Early trends saw Donald Trump win in the states of Alabama, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia and Indiana, while his Democratic rival Joe Biden won in Vermont, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Rhode Island I live in

According to the information, around 239 million people are eligible for the franchise this year. The United States is home to approximately 4 million people of Indian descent, of whom 2.5 million are voters. There are more than 1.3 million Indian-American voters in key states such as Texas, Michigan, Florida, and Pennsylvania.

Recently Trump had tweeted a short video during the election campaigns in which he danced: “Vote, Vote, Vote”. Biden, 77, also appealed to the public to vote: “It’s election day.” Go choose America. “He tweeted.” In 2008 and 2012 you trusted me to help Barack Obama lead this country. Today I ask you again to express your faith. Trust me and Kamala (Harris). We promise not to let you down. ”

Democratic Vice-Presidential Candidate Kamala Harris said to voters, “Thank you when you voted, but we still need your help … Take 20 minutes and help voters find polling stations.” ‘