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Race narrows to handful of states, millions of votes uncounted in Trump-Biden election

Trump claimed victory over Biden today despite many votes remains uncounted.

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Trump claimed victory over Biden today despite many votes remains uncounted.

The race was down to a handful of states, and both Trump, 74, and Biden, 77, had possible paths to reach the needed 270 Electoral College votes to win the White House. Biden replied that he is hopeful of his win over Trump.

“We were getting ready to win this election. Frankly, we did win this election,” Trump said. “This is a major fraud in our nation. We want the law to be used correctly. So we’ll be going to the U.S. Supreme Court. We want all voting to stop.” He provided no evidence to back up his claim of fraud.

Polls have closed and voting has stopped across the country, but election laws in U.S. states require all votes to be counted. The leftover votes are still to be counted in mail ballots during the pandemic.  Biden has won votes in the majority of states. Winning those three states would be enough to give Biden victory. Biden would win Arizona, another state that voted for Trump in 2016, giving him more options.

Trump said he still believes he can win Arizona and is counting on victories in at least two of the three “blue wall” states.

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