Thursday, December 3

Elections in USA 2020 | Neither the media nor Trump: who really decides the winner


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The official winner of the US presidential elections has not yet been declared.

The US presidential elections still do not have an official winner, although Joe Biden is already widely called president-elect of that country.

This is how it is since last Saturday, November 7, according to the projections of results, the Democratic candidate surpassed the figure of 270 votes of the Electoral College (of 538) necessary to reach the presidency.

And Biden delivered his victory speech that same day, preceded by Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, and has since appeared publicly on various occasions to discuss his government plans.

However, those projections about who is the “elected president” that the mainstream media make with the work of experts have traditionally been accompanied by recognition by those who have lost.

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