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Donald Trump stung: this sentence from Joe Biden who did not pass a few minutes of the results

The uncertainty is great! Contrary to what was announced, the democratic blue wave will not take place in the United States. While the final results have not yet fallen, the game is very close between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. If the concern begins to grow in the camp of the candidate opposed to the current US president, he wanted to reassure them by speaking. “We will have to be patient. Every vote counts, every polling station counts! We are on the right track to win this election,” he said before continuing: “We are confident for Arizona … We are still in the game in Georgia, even if the result is not what we expected. We are very confident for Wisconsin and Michigan … We will win Pennsylvania! ”

A statement that has not at all more to his opponent, Donald Trump, who did not fail to react with an attack made on Twitter. “We are in the lead, but they are trying to STEAL the election. We will never let them,” he wrote before adding that he would take the floor very soon to announce “A great victory”. Minutes after accusing Joe Biden’s camp of stealing these elections, Twitter decided to step in to moderate Melania Trump’s husband’s tweet. The social network attached a warning message to Donald Trump’s tweet questioning the security of postal voting. Indeed, it called into question the counting of votes by correspondence, which continues in a certain number of States. Only, according to him, “It is not possible to vote after the closing of the polling stations”.

I will be making a statement tonight. A big WIN!

– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 4, 2020

Joe Biden tries to calm things down with Donald Trump

In an attempt to calm things down, Joe Biden spoke again to ensure that neither he nor his opponent was yet able to announce the name of the big winner of this election. “It is the role of the voters,” wrote the Democratic candidate.

We feel good about where we are. We believe we are on track to win this election.

– Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) November 4, 2020
Joe Biden and Donald Trump © Zuma Press

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