Biden Molpyo of the US 6 race state electors… De facto win confirmation

US President Donald Trump (left) and President-elect Joe Biden. © Reuters = News 1

In the United States, on the 14th (local time), the electoral vote to officially elect the president began. Democratic President-elect Joe Biden is expected to win the majority of votes necessary for formal election.

All six competing electoral groups filed by President Donald Trump have voted for Biden-elect. Attention is focused on the response of President Donald Trump, who disagrees with the election results.

According to the US CNN broadcast, the Democratic Party’s Biden-elect as of 3:42 p.m. (15:42 AM KST) is ahead of US President Donald Trump (181 votes) with 229 votes.

According to the results of the vote held on the 3rd of last month, Biden-elect received 306 votes and President Trump received 232 votes in the electoral corps vote. The US presidential election is an indirect election, and if more than 270 votes, a majority of the 538 electoral votes, are received, the president is elected.

The electoral vote is a formal procedure and the outcome is unlikely to change. However, in this presidential election, President Trump has not admitted defeat, so electoral votes are important.

President Trump took the lead in the elections vote on this day. However, all six contenders voted to Biden, including Florida (29 electors), Pennsylvania (20), Michigan (16), North Carolina (15), Arizona (11), and Wisconsin (10). Biden’s victory was virtually confirmed.

Biden said that when the electoral vote ends at 8 p.m. (10 a.m. KST) that day, he will speak on the theme of’the strength and resilience of our democracy’ in Wilmington, Delaware. Revealed.

In the midst of this, President Trump’s response after voting on this day is paying attention. On the 26th of last month, President Trump announced that he would retire if the electoral group elected Biden. This raises the possibility that President Trump will decide to retire based on the vote.

However, there are also observations that President Trump expressed his willingness to disagree with the presidential election by saying, “The court struggle is not over.

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