Here are the final results of the U.S. 2020 presidential election, Joe Biden winning with 306 electoral votes while the Incumbent President, Donald Trump winning with 232 electoral votes.
Joe Biden the President-elect narrowly defeated Donald Trump in Georgia. At the same time, Donald Trump won in North Carolina, as the two final states were called on Friday, ten days after Election Day.
Recall that Joe Biden became president-elect when he won Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes on Saturday, passing the required 270-vote threshold.
The victory for Joe Biden in Georgia — a once reliably Republican state whose politics have been pushed to the left — means he flipped five states that Donald Trump won in 2016.
The others were Michigan, Arizona, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. Trump did not flip any states this year, 2020.
The report has it that after the United States networks have called every state, Joe Biden won the U.S. election with 306 electoral votes.
Legal efforts pulled by Donald Trump’s campaign team to try to overturn the results of the 2020 election have proved abortive so far.
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