The race for the White House has yet to deliver a winner at the start of the weekend, but Joe Biden is fast approaching the US presidency. The Democratic candidate took advantage of the night from Friday to Saturday to continue to widen the gap with Donald Trump in most of the key states which have not yet delivered their verdict.
At around 10:30 p.m. Friday, Belgian time, Joe Biden dominated the current president by 1,546 votes in Georgia (16 voters), 14,716 in Pennsylvania (20 voters), 20,137 in Nevada (6 voters) and 39,769 in Arizona ( 11 Grand Voters), according to statistics from CNN television. This Saturday morning at 6 a.m., the Democrat increased his lead: +4.395 in Georgia, +22.657 in Nevada, +28.833 in Pennsylvania. The gap narrowed in Arizona, however, with a 29,861 vote difference between the two candidates.
Currently, Joe Biden has 253 voters (or 264 votes depending on whether or not the media attributed Arizona to him) and Donald Trump 214, out of the 270 needed to enter the White House. The Democrat would automatically become the 46th President of the United States if he wins Pennsylvania.
Struggling in several of these states on voting day, Tuesday, November 3, Joe Biden slowly caught up this week and overtook Donad Trump thanks to the counting of ballots arrived by mail, a method traditionally used much more by Democratic voters. .