Democrat Joe Biden elected the 46th president of the United States. This has been confirmed in the news of CNN.
Joe Biden wins many votes in Pennsylvania. He is getting votes in 20 electoral colleges of this state. In this victory, he surpassed the magic figure of 270. Now his total number of electoral college votes stands at 273.
In this victory, Biden made history by being elected the oldest president. Earlier, the 77-year-old Democrat made history by getting the most popular vote in the history of the US presidential election. His running mate Kamala Harris is also becoming the first female vice president in US history.
The New York Times, says Biden has made history by losing a president who has been in power for more than a quarter of a century. And after World War II, Trump lost by electing a third president.
All eyes were on the state of Pennsylvania to know the outcome of the election. A victory in this state would have ensured Biden’s victory. That’s it. Biden’s Electoral College, which previously received 253 electoral college votes stands at 273.
America, I’m honored that you have chosen me to lead our great country.
The work ahead of us will be hard, but I promise you this: I will be a President for all Americans — whether you voted for me or not.
Even if Trump wins in the remaining five states, his electoral college vote count will stand at 265.
According to CNN, Biden received 33,45,724 votes in Pennsylvania. And Trump got 33,11,310 votes. The interval is 34,414 votes.
According to the popular vote count across the country, Biden got 70,446,533 votes out of the votes counted so far. His rival Trump got 70,330,210 votes.
Joe Biden tweeted after the news of the victory was published in the media. “I am honored to be elected to lead this great country,” he tweeted. The work ahead of us will be difficult. But I promise, I’ll be president of all America — it doesn’t matter if you vote for me or not. ‘
About Joe Biden:
Full name is Joseph Robinet Biden Jr., known as Joe Biden. The 47th Vice President of the United States. He served two terms with former President Barack Obama. He served as a senator from Delaware from 1973 to 2009.
Born: Biden was born on November 20, 1942, in Scranton Pennsylvania. He grew up in Scranton, Newcastle County and Delaware. He is the eldest of four siblings. Parents: Father Joseph Robinette Biden Sr., mother Catherine Eugenia Finnegan. His mother is of Irish descent.
Education: Biden studied history and political science at the University of Delaware. He later took a law degree from Syracuse University.
Family: Biden married Nilia Hunter in 1966 while studying at Syracuse University. They have three children Beau Biden, Robert Hunter and Naomi Christina. He told Nilia that his dream is to become a senator by the age of 30.
After becoming a senator, his goal is to become the President of the United States. Nilia was killed in a horrific road accident in 1972 while shopping for a Christmas tree. Later, in 1973, Biden married Jill Tracy Jacob. They have a daughter, Ashley Blazer.
Political Life: In 1970, Joe Biden was elected councilor of Newcastle County, Delaware. Then he did not have to look back. His dream of becoming a US senator came true at the age of 30.
In November 1972, he ran against the then-popular Republican senator, Saleb Boggs, for the Democratic nomination. Then write the name in history. At just 30 years old, he was elected the fifth-youngest senator in US history. He served as a senator from 1973 to 2009.
In 1987, Biden announced that he would run for the presidency from the Democratic Party. However, due to illness, he stopped at the beginning of the primary in 1988. In 2007, he again ran for the presidency in the party’s primary.
In that journey, he did not have much advantage against Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Later in 2008, Obama chose him as his running mate. He served as Vice President from 2009 to 2017.
Presidential Election 2020: In a video message on April 25, 2010, Biden hinted at a fight in the party’s primary in the 2020 presidential election. He confirmed Democratic nominations in the party primary leaving behind California Senator Kamala Harris.
Kamala Harris is his current running mate Vermont senator Liberal Bernie Sanders, Massachusetts’ Elizabeth Warren, Petty Butegig and Amy Klubacher. And He wins the US election in 2020