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Donald Trump admits defeat, Biden wins

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Donald Trump was first seen on Sunday reluctantly acknowledging the victory of his Democratic rival Joe Biden. He also said he would not bow down and would continue his efforts to challenge the “ upheaval ” of the election result, according to the latest electoral college vote tally. Washington won 306 of 538 votes in electoral colleges
Outgoing US President Donald Trump was first seen on Sunday reluctantly accepting the victory of his Democratic rival Joe Biden. However, he also indicated that he would not bow down and that he would continue his efforts to challenge the “upheavals” in the election result.

The president’s statement comes at a time when he and his administration systematically accuse Democrats of poor electoral practices without evidence. Trump tweeted: ‘He (Biden) won because the election was rigged. No supervisor authorized. Dominion, a heavily left-wing private company, was tasked with listing votes that had a bad reputation and using poor equipment that didn’t hold true even for the Texas election (in which I won by many votes). False and silent media.

Power show of Donald Trump after his defeat in the US election, violent clashes between supporters and opponents

US states announce their results
While the Election Commission declares the results in India, the 50 states verify different results in the US presidential election, which takes several days. Media institutions traditionally announce the results of presidential elections on the basis of trends in election counts and unofficial results that initiate the process of transfer of power.

Biden gets 306 out of 538
According to the Electoral College’s latest vote count, Biden won 306 of 538 votes in the Electoral College. Trump won 232 votes in the electoral college. He contested election results in several states, including Pennsylvania, Nevada, Michigan, Georgia, and Arizona. He also called for recalculations in Wisconsin. In another tweet, Trump said, “He (Biden) won only in the eyes of the fake news media.” I do not bow to anyone. We will keep trying. It was rigging the elections. Trump said, “We will win.”

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