Numerous New York citizens have taken to the streets to show their euphoria for the Democrat Joe Biden win about the still president, Donald Trump, in the US presidential elections. Cheers come from windows, car horns and in many other ways to celebrate the end of four years of the Republican presidency.
From early in the morning, the city that never sleeps celebrates with shouts, caceroladas, horns and crowds in the streets the victory after more than three days of scrutiny Biden’s victory, which is already being projected by all the major media in the country.
In a building in downtown Manhattan, as soon as the denouement that ends the Trump presidency was known, the merriment and the neighbors they have been joining when realizing the news.
In central Times Square, hundreds of people gathered to shout and celebrate Biden’s victory with the projection that he will win the 20 votes of the Pennsylvania State Electoral College and, therefore, exceed the 270 electoral votes you needed to confirm your new President-elect status.
The euphoria has centered both on Biden’s victory, and on the fact that Trump, if everything goes as the electoral process marks, will cease to be president of the United States on January 20, 2021.
The people, who in many cases have been demonstrating against Trump for months, their resistance to criticize far-rightists, address the need for social justice Y fight against racism, against his denial of the covid-19 pandemic or against his intention of not recognizing the result of the elections, he broke days of waiting with dances, songs in a catharsis that marks a before and after in a very difficult 2020 for the city.
Biden is, according to media projections, the new president-elect, and it’s the end of Trump’s presidency, native of this city who never supported him in his political ambitions.