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Elector Joe Biden, President of the Democrats, received 306 electoral votes in the election.

There was a record voting in the US presidential election this time. This is the reason why President Elect Joe Biden became the first President’s Candidate in American history to get more than 80 million popular votes. He received a total of 8 crore 11 thousand votes.

Another record was made in this election. In his contest, Donald Trump received 73.38 million votes. He was the second highest candidate in the candidate. That is, the candidates who won and lost in the same election came first and second in terms of getting the most votes. According to CNN, the number of votes may increase further as counting is going on across the country.

Counting increased due to voting by mail

Biden, a Democratic Party candidate, received 306 electoral votes in the election. At the same time, Trump of the Republican Party received 232 votes. To win the White House race, 270 electorates out of 538 were needed. A large number of voters voted through the mail this time to survive from Corona. Experts had already predicted that due to this the counting would go on for several days. Voting took place on 3 November in the US.

Trump agreed to hand over power
President Trump agreed to begin the formal transition process on Monday, about three weeks after the election. However, they are still not ready to give up. He again claimed that the election was rigged.

The Trump campaign has challenged the election results in several states in the court, but has found failure everywhere.

Finally, Xi Jinping also congratulated
In the midst of ongoing tensions with the US, Chinese President Xi Jinping also finally congratulated Joe Biden on Wednesday. It was decided that Beijing has also accepted the election results. According to the news agency Xinhua, Jinping said that promoting healthy and stable relationships between China and the US not only fulfills the basic interests of the people in both countries, but also the expectations of the whole world.

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