US Election Results 2020 LIVE Updates: The US Election 2020 appears to be inching closer to an outcome, with Democrat Joe Biden appeared to be a step away from winning the US presidential election as the latest count of votes from a handful of battleground states indicated that the re-election chances of incumbent Republican President Donald Trump are getting slim by the hour. This live blog will get you the latest news, views and analyses on the US Elections 2020. Stay tuned.
Election without end: Possible pair of Georgia runoffs could set U.S. Senate control
The U.S. Senate race between Republican Senator David Perdue and Democrat Jon Ossoff in Georgia appeared to be heading for a January runoff on Thursday, potentially making a pair of delayed elections that could determine control of that chamber.
Indian-American supporters of Trump, Biden clash over leaders' policies
A South-Asian support group for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has slammed President Donald Trump for tearing apart communities and failing to denounce white supremacy while a strong Indian-American supporter of Trump said he has united minority communities, views that highlighted a clash between Indian-Americans over policies of the two leaders. Jay Kansara, former director of Director of Government Relations at the Hindu American Foundation and a Trump supporter said that Trump has done very well with Hispanic voters even though the Democrats are still trying to claim victory in states such as Michigan and Wisconsin.
Trump Jr criticises Nikki Haley for 'sitting on the sidelines' on prez's vote counting fraud claims
In an apparent attack on popular Indian-American Republican politician Nikki Haley, Donald Trump Jr has accused that "2024 GOP hopefuls" are "sitting on the sidelines" and not speaking out against the "fraud" in counting of votes as claimed by his father and US President Donald Trump. Trump, 74, is trailing behind his Democratic rival Joe Biden, who is nearing the magical figure of 270 electoral votes to win the race to the White House. The former US vice president has so far bagged 253 votes as compared to 213 won by Trump, according to latest US media projections. To win the election, a candidate has to win at least 270 electoral college votes out of the 538 up for grabs. The incumbent president has claimed without presenting any evidence that there has been "fraud" in counting of votes and he will legally challenge the election result. "All of a sudden everything just stopped. This is a fraud on the American public. This is an embarrassment to our country. We were getting ready to win this election. Frankly, we did win this election...Our goal now is to ensure integrity, for the good of this nation...This is a major fraud on our nation. We want law to be used in a proper manner. So we'll be going to the US Supreme Court," Trump told his supporters on Wednesday. Responding to a tweet on Thursday, Trump Jr said, "This is an important point! Everyone should be watching who is actually fighting this flagrant nonsense and who is sitting on the sidelines. Republicans have been weak for decades which has allowed for the left to do these things. Let's end that trend once and for all. He was responding to a Twitter user who wrote, "Where are the so-called future of the GOP? Nikki Haley is doing what?"
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