Prophecies about the U.S elections 2020 and the Americans hopes

According to the officials "Days can pass in announcing the U.S elections 2020 results. "It is tighter than expected vote may take days to resolve, as per BBC.

Donald Trump and Joe Biden both are in a close shave. It’s high time to make the prophecy and raise the curtain about the results of the election. According to the officials “Days can pass in announcing the U.S elections 2020 results. “It is tighter than expected vote may take days to resolve, as per BBC.

Everyone is keeping a close eye on the counting process and numbers. Though Donald Trump has announced intermittently his victory using different platforms yet it is premature as the contest is the bottleneck. Prophecies and interpretations are being made about the success of Donald as French mystic author Nostradamus predict the outcome of the 2020 U.S elections.

The excitement of voters

With the end of the day, the excitement of voters is still on. It is becoming obvious according to airs blowing that Joe Biden will sway voted in his favour easily. He is likely to beat Donald Trump. Joe Biden is very likely to beat Donald Trump in the electoral college, Economist. Polls on social engines and different institutional sites are more vivid about the victory of Biden.

Biden leading national polls

The Associated Press has called Arizona as a winner for Joe Biden however only 82% of the votes have been counted. So far Biden has 51.8% of the vote and Trump has 46.8% of the vote.
People stood in a long queue for hours enthusiastic to relish their rights.  From Georgia,” We made it “Y’all” say Johnta Austin in one viral video filmed as they reach the front of the queue, describing the lengthy process as “honour” U.S elections 2020, BBC NEWS.
Twitter, YouTube and other social media engines are streaming with a plethora of slogans raised in the favour of their chosen candidate.
Elections have taken place right after the riots spilt in the streets of the U.S in the support of Walter Wallace Jr. in Philadelphia, a twenty-seven-year-old black man who was fatally shot, NewYork Times.

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