Joe Biden becomes the 46th President-elect of The United States after winning the state of Pennsylvania.
At long last, Joe Biden might win the Presidential Election in the US after extra time to count the votes took place since Tuesday 3 November 2020.
He becomes the 46th President-elect of The United States after winning the state of Pennsylvania, bringing his total of states won to 273, called by The Associated Press, BBC, SkyNews, CNN and others.
Alongside him as his vice president, Kamala Harris, America’s first woman to be elected as US Vice-President.
After a tight race in Pennsylvania – a state which was crucial for either party to win saw Donald Trump in the lead but as votes were continued to be counted, Biden leaps forward as mail-in ballots proved to be prominently for the Democrat party.
Trump will challenge the election results and take it to court. He has repeatedly said that the Democrats were “trying to steal the election” and that the system is “corrupt” as they should not count votes after Election Day.
Words: Sam Tabahriti | Subbing: Arwa Nadeem