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With the victory in Pennsylvania, Biden secures 273 electoral votes – Historic election of Kamala Harris – What is Trump’s reaction?

Joe Biden won the White House match against Donald Trump, according to reports, a victory that marks a historic turning point for America and the world after four years of rupture under the Republican presidency.

After four days of suspense, Democratic candidate and former Vice President Barack Obama emerged victorious with at least 273 major voters, thanks to the success in the key state of Pennsylvania. He will become the 46th President of the United States of America.

Kamala Harris first female vice president

For the first time in its history, the country will have a female vice president, 56-year-old Kamala Harris, who will also be the first black woman to take the throne.

“She’s in a hurry,” Trump said

The Trump side reacted immediately after the announcement of the results in Pennsylvania. “He is in a hurry to pose as a winner,” he said in a statement, adding that “the election is far from over.”

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

He is the first American president not to win a second term after George W. Bush Sr. in 1992.

Whatever Donald Trump says, the date of the transfer of power is mentioned in the Constitution and is January 20. Until then, the states will confirm their results and the 538 major voters will meet in December to formally nominate the president.

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