Presidential elections in the US, live | Biden: “The stakes are high tonight. We’ll see”

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The United States decides the continuity of Donald Trump in the White House or his replacement by Democrat Joe Biden. The tension is maximum. Biden asks for the vote by appealing to “restore decency and honesty in the presidency of this country ”, but he is cautious:“ There is a lot at stake tonight. We’ll see”. Meanwhile, Trump insists on questioning the results if they are not favorable to him. “Winning is easy, losing is not. Not for me, ”he said about a possible defeat during a visit to his campaign offices in Arlington (Virginia). More than 100 million Americans have already voted, two-thirds by mail, 72.8% of those who did so in total in 2016. Of that total, 1.7 million have been young Latinos, which has been 313% more participation of this group than four years ago, according to Naleo, an organization that promotes the Latino vote in the United States. Polls point to a 6.7% lead for Biden in voting intention, based on the average of polls from Real Clear Politics. Nonetheless, Trump retains a choice in six to win.

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