August 16, 2022

In the US, with the presidential contest Donald Trump and his rival, Democrat Biden, eyeing the thunderous contest between Americans, it will take time for the Americans to find out the winner as the counting of votes could not be completed on Thursday. Voting took place two days ago and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has reached close to the 270 electoral college votes needed to reach the White House. He has made it difficult for President Donald Trump to win in Wisconsin and Michigan. According to the latest estimates by the US media, former US Vice President Biden has received 253 votes and Trump has received 213 votes so far.

At the same time, his rival Trump of the Republican Party is considering legally challenging Biden’s victory in some states. Two days after the election, no candidate has been able to get the required votes to win. But Biden has won in decisive states Wisconsin and Michigan.

Trump has got 213 electoral college votes. The path of the incumbent president, however, is difficult as Trump will have to win the remaining four ‘battleground’ states of Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Georgia and Nevada to reach the magical figure of 270.

The office of “State Brad Raffenspargers” told CNN that Georgia has 16 electoral college votes. The total number of votes here is about 90,735. ‘Battleground’ is called those states where the trend is not clear. At least 270 electoral college votes are needed to be a winner out of 538 electoral college members for a clear victory. Millions of votes have to be counted.

In a press conference on Wednesday, the former Vice President said that he hoped to win the election. He said, “I will rule as an American president.” He said, “When we win, there will be no red state or blue state, only the United States.”

The Trump campaign team has filed lawsuits in Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania, and has demanded a re-count of votes in Wisconsin. Trump spent more time at his residence on Wednesday. He claimed victory in several important states on Twitter.

Trump’s campaign manager Bill Stephan said the president would formally request a re-vote in Wisconsin, citing “irregularities” in several counties. He said that lawsuits have been filed in Michigan and Pennsylvania.

At the same time, hundreds of thousands of votes are to be counted in Pennsylvania. In other close matches between the two, Trump won in Florida, Texas and Ohio, while Biden won in New Hampshire and Minnesota.