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I Am Confident Of Winning– Biden

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Democratic party candidate, Joe Biden last night expressed confidence that he would win the election.

In a speech from his home state Delaware, Biden, who was with his running mate Senator Harris Kamala, promised to be President of all Americans. He called for calm.

Biden said: “My fellow Americans, yesterday once again proved that democracy is the heartbeat of this nation. Just as it has been the heartbeat of this nation for two centuries. And even in the face of pandemic more Americans voted this election than ever before in American history. Over 150 million people cast their votes. I think that’s just extraordinary. And if we had any doubts, we shouldn’t have any longer about a government of, by and for the people is very much alive. Very much alive in America.

“Here, the people rule. Power can’t be taken or asserted. It flows from the people. And it’s their will that determines who will be the President of the United States, and their will alone. And now, after a long night of counting it’s clear that we’re winning enough states to reach 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency.

“I’m not here to declare that we’ve won but I am here to report when the count is finished, we believe we will be the winners. Of all the votes counted, we have won Wisconsin by 20,000 votes, virtually the same margin that President Trump won that state four years ago. In Michigan, we lead by over 35,000 votes and is growing. A substantially bigger margin than President Trump won Michigan in 2016. Michigan will complete its vote soon. Maybe as early as the day. And I feel very good about Pennsylvania. Virtually all the remaining ballots to be counted were cast by mail. And we’ve been winning 78 per cent of the votes by mail in Pennsylvania.

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