Donald Trump accuses Joe Biden of ‘stealing’ the American election in tight race
Twitter has labelled the tweet as misleading and hidden it.
Good morning! A decisive victory for either Joe Biden or Donald Trump is out the window so this race will rumble on for some time.
But so far several key US states have gone to Donald Trump including Florida and Texas.
That hasn’t stopped Trump from falsely accusing Joe Biden of trying to ‘steal the election’, saying that ‘votes cannot be cast after the polls closed’.
Twitter has take the decision to hide that tweet citing,
“Some or all of the content shared in this Tweet is disputed and might be misleading about an election or other civic process.”
270 electoral college votes will win the presidency. As we write, Biden is projected on 220, Trump 213.
In key battleground states, Donald Trump has a narrow lead in Georgia, a wider lead in Pennsylvania and in Wisconsin.
Joe Biden leads in Arizona with over 80% of votes currently counted.
It’s a state that Trump won in 2016 and Fox News has called it for Biden.
The right-wing news network has been a favourite of Trump’s for most of his presidency.
He is expected to address the public soon when he may prematurely declare victory.