Joe Biden and Donald Trump clashed over US election results on Twitter

The war of words between the country’s top candidates escalated amid the vote count in the US presidential election. Democratic candidate Joe Biden and Republican candidate Donald Trump launched a tutu-me on Twitter. Trump tweeted that he was about to declare victory, to which Biden tweeted that the winner’s right is not his or Trump’s, but the public. At the same time, Trump reported on the tweet that Trump accused the Democratic camp of election rigging.

Trump claims, will declare victory
Biden said the results could be released by tomorrow morning (Wednesday evening Indian time). At the same time, Trump announced that he was going to make a statement and further wrote: ‘A great victory’. Another tweet from Trump was posted by Twitter in which he wrote: ‘We are on the verge of a big victory but they are trying to steal the election. We will not let them. Votes cannot be cast after the close of the poll.

Biden hopes to win
Biden claimed the results were expected. He also thanked all his supporters. Biden said, “Have faith, we’re going to win the election.” Biden said Democrats trust Arizona and feel good about Wisconsin and Michigan. He claims victory in Pennsylvania. Biden also said he’s still racing in Georgia.

Biden targets Trump
Hitting Trump, Biden also said the results were neither his nor Trump’s right to be declared by voters. Biden and fellow vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris asked those who arrived to vote but were unable to vote. He appealed that people on the line do not come back because every vote is worth it.

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