Joe Biden has declared that “every ballot must be counted” as he backed down against Donald Trump’s BD to stop the US election results process.
The Democrat candidate said he felt “very good about where we stand” and “no doubt” he would be declared the winner.
Speaking from his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware, he tried to burn his credentials as a statesman, saying he had received a briefing on the coronavirus crisis and the state of the economy.
And in a statement that lasted only a few minutes, Mr Biden also acknowledged that “democracy is sometimes messy”, but stressed that “the process is working” and called on people to “keep calm”.
It stays very close to the call of five nail-biting races in the battlefield kingdom.
Mr. Biden’s only 17 electoral colleges need to have less than 270 candidates in the White House.
If he moves to Pennsylvania, where Donald Trump is ahead, if his leadership shrinks, Mr. Biden will have to give 20 more gifts and push him along the line.
If he fails to flip from red to blue from the original, the rest of the races in Georgia, Arizona, North Carolina and Nevada will opt for a tougher selection.
Mr Trump has already claimed victory in the election and accused his political opponent of “fraud on the American people”, calling for a halt to the count in four states.
He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.
But they have already lost a lawsuit in Michigan and have been fired by a witness local registrar claiming to be a victim of Nevada voter fraud.
‘Biden has played a key role’
Analysis by US correspondent Cordelia Lynch
Joe Biden is trying to get on the front foot again by giving a brief statement.
It seemed like the ultimate attempt to ruin himself as President – addressing the COVID-19 situation at the top that is still plaguing the country.
It was, however, an attempt to continue his role as the reassuring chief, calling for peace with a firm resolve, insisting that every vote would be counted regardless of the president’s demands on fraud.
It was a perfect but eloquent statement – he had the opportunity to reaffirm every belief that he would soon be president.