I'm confident in my election victory -Biden speaks to voters in Wyoming

I'm confident in my election victory -Biden speaks to voters in Wyoming

I'm confident in my election victory -Biden speaks to voters in Wyoming

A few minutes ago, Joe Biden spoke to voters in his native Wyoming. The Democrat did not announce victory, but expressed confidence that he would win the presidential race with a record number of popular votes. Earlier, Donald Trump wrote on Twitter that Biden has no right to declare his victory in the US presidential election. The incumbent head of the White House is confident that the outcome of the elections can be decided by court proceedings initiated by the Republicans.

The US Supreme Court ruled to separate ballots received after election day in Pennsylvania. The judge stated that even if these ballots are counted, they must be considered separately. And in Nevada, the District Court agreed to expedite the Republican lawsuit demanding to temporarily stop counting the ballots sent by mail. For now, both in Nevada and Pennsylvania, the Democratic candidate has the upper hand. However, legal proceedings could return the leadership to Donald Trump both in these states and in the presidential race in general.