Trump, Biden Neck and Neck in US Presidential Election

By Kyodo News 4 November 2020

US President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden were neck and neck in Tuesday’s election, as the world watched closely whether the Republican incumbent will be granted four more years to push ahead with his unilateralist “America First” policy.

As of 9 p.m. Washington time, Trump, 74, had captured over 15 states including the Midwest state of Indiana, while Biden, the 77-year-old former vice president, had taken more than 12 including New York and California, as well as the District of Columbia, US media said. Battleground states remained too early to call, but Trump appeared to be leading in Florida.

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