Winner of the American press, Joe Biden celebrated on Saturday with his wife Jill and race partner Kamala Harris.
On the other hand, Donald Trump reacted angrily on Twitter, accusing in written messages in large letters that he was stolen in the November 3 elections.
“Observers were not left in the counting rooms. I won the election! I have 71,000,000 legal votes. Bad things have happened that our observers have been prevented from seeing. This has never happened before. Millions of votes were sent by mail to people who had never even asked for them! ”Donald Trump wrote, promising that he would not be quiet“ until the American people have an honest vote count ”.
However, according to CNN, the 45th president of the USA would overcome this moment and acknowledge his defeat, receiving advice in this regard from his son-in-law Jared Kushner.
In fact, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is on good terms with Jared Kushner, has already congratulated Biden on his victory and thanked Trump for his cooperation during his four years in the White House.
Biden is currently the president-elect of the United States. His election must be confirmed in the Electoral College, on December 14, and then validated by the Congress, on January 6. Meanwhile, Trump can challenge it.
The incumbent has three options in this situation. First, he could request a recount of votes by correspondence. But NBC News notes that the recount of votes has not led to any change in results over the past 20 years, signaling only differences of hundreds of votes. A second option could be to take legal action. His team has launched proceedings in Pennsylvania and Michigan, states with close duels, but without success so far. However, he expressed his desire to reach the Supreme Court on charges of “massive electoral fraud”. Most US election experts don’t give them a chance. In the end, Trump may not simply acknowledge his defeat. However, this would not prevent the transfer of power since Congress would validate Biden’s election.