The high voltage drama in the US polls is proof that it is the contest to grab the leading position of the world’s one of the most powerful countries. The leads of the Democratic Party’s candidate, the case filed by Donald Trump, and the world coverage of the results make it a worthwhile contest. Will Trump be elected as the second-time presidential candidate or will Joe Biden make it to the top? The question will be answered soon!
The 4 key battlegrounds will decide the fate
The US election poll results are almost close to declaration. In 2 days, the world will know the new President of the United States. If the results till now have to be considered then you can easily declare Joe Biden as the winner. But we cannot do that as results of the four major nations- Pennsylvania, Nevada, Georgia, and North Carolina, are yet to be declared. Though according to current reports, Trump is leading in Georgia but the denominations are not too large. It is yet to be seen who will win in Georgia.
Trump calls the result “unauthentic”
In a surprising turn of events, Trump called the US election results “unauthentic”, given the fact that he is losing against Biden. He said that the democrats are trying to “steal” his votes and the votes are illegally counted. “If you count the legal vote, I easily win. If you count the illegal votes, they can try to steal the election from us,” Trump has said regarding his numbers. He also added that the election “might end at the highest court of land”.
The white house race is drawing closer to the end. If the current status has to be counted, Joe Biden can be declared the winner. But electoral vote’s result of four major states are still pending which might change the fate of the end results. In the recent stats, Joe Biden has a 253-214 leading count in the state by state electoral votes. The One that gets 270 votes is declared the winner and Joe Biden is very close to that mark. Indian origin Kamala Harris would be the vice president of the United States if Joe Biden wins this election.
The PolicyTimes suggestion
- No matter what the results are, be it Joe Biden or Trump, whoever the winner is, American citizens must embrace the decision wholeheartedly. Democracy must win and thus the winning candidate must also keep that in mind and live up to people’s expectations.
- As the world’ highest economy, America has always been the door to opportunity for many developing nations, including India. So, the president of the US should try to get along with making the bond stronger with other nations and exchange pleasantries.