Biden takes lead in Pennsylvania, reports USA media

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The president can not win reelection without Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes.

Joe Biden has won the USA election after winning Pennsylvania and taking his electoral college vote past the 270 threshold, according to Decision Desk HQ and Vox.

Georgia may remain tight and undecided, since voters there have until Friday to return overseas and active military ballots, as well as cure, or fix, mistakes on absentee ballots. Trump needs to win both the states to be reelected, according to current AP predictions of the vote outcomes across the country.

The statement claimed these were "false projections" for Biden and says that Trump will be re-elected.

The Trump campaign has filed a lawsuit requesting a recount of the vote in Wisconsin, which the Associated Press has called for Mr Biden.

"This election is not over", he said.

The Republicans stated yesterday they were taking court action against three states over election numbers from Tuesday.

In Georgia, Mr Trump's initial lead over Mr Biden steadily slipped away as vote counting continued in heavily Democratic areas, and the former vice-president is now slightly ahead. Both margins were expected to grow as additional ballots were tallied.

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Georgia has not chosen a Democrat for president since Bill Clinton in 1992.

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden shouldn't expect a congratulatory phone call anytime soon.

Trump and his campaign have spread disinformation on the election throughout 2020.

Trump campaign senior advisor David Bossie, a prominent conservative activist who leads advocacy group Citizens United, has been chosen to lead the post-election legal challenges, according to a source familiar with Trump's campaign strategy. This beat the state record of 6.1 million votes cast in the 2016 presidential election.

Georgia was the first state to see the candidates swap places early on Friday morning.

Captain's log: Day 3. Trump falsely claimed victory in the election multiple times this week and baselessly suggested that the contest was being stolen from him.

Biden pulled ahead in Georgia earlier this morning, and is now ahead there by over 1,500 votes with over 99% of the votes counted.

Trump's campaign, meanwhile, has filed lawsuits in several states, though judges in Georgia and MI quickly rejected challenges there.

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