President Trump is expected to win North Carolina, one of the two final states that have not been announced due to the extended vote count in the White House battle.
The Associated Press made a prediction on Friday afternoon. Trump increased North Carolina’s 15 votes. This prediction brings Biden’s total points to 290 and Trump’s total points to 232.
Georgia begins to account for internal Republican fighting in the state
On Thursday, President Trump criticized North Carolina for voting delays.
“Does North Carolina take this long? Are they still looking for more votes to solve that problem?” he wrote on Twitter.
Meanwhile, Georgia is still voting again.
Last Friday, after Biden took the lead with a margin of just over 1
After election results in Pennsylvania and Nevada allowed him to exceed the 270 electoral vote threshold necessary to win the White House, the Fox News Decision Desk called Biden on Saturday.
The president continues to question the results, but is waiting for litigation to proceed in Pennsylvania, Nevada, Arizona, Michigan and Georgia. The Trump team is suspected of large-scale voter fraud-no evidence provided-Republicans are prohibited from watching the vote count. Trump peddled an unfounded claim on Thursday that Dominion Voting Services “deleted” 2.7 million votes for him nationwide.
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The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has not yet determined Biden’s victory. He holds millions of dollars in transition funds and prohibits Biden employees from starting to evaluate the operations of federal agencies. Before GSA intervenes, Biden’s role in the confidential intelligence briefing will also be blocked.