Today, Donald Trump told Americans he wasn’t going to lock American down but that President Joe Biden would do it. He didn’t concede, he simply began to realize that he wouldn’t be president, he wouldn’t be touring America as a spoiler and terrorist sponsor.
He is more likely to be using one of the several golf courses the Federal Bureau of Prisons has available for the use of inmates.
It's final: Joe Biden 306, Donald Trump 232— Nate Cohn (@Nate_Cohn) November 13, 2020
Biden wins Georgia.
Trump wins North Carolina. pic.twitter.com/pc1wRYJmG7
The State of New York will probably send Trump and at least one son to prison with others likely to follow. This isn’t “lock em’ up” ass sucking, it’s where the water is flowing.
From the Hill:
How it started: How it ended: pic.twitter.com/Lu09qvStIL— Georgia Democrats (@GeorgiaDemocrat) November 13, 2020
Every state has now been called. Joe Biden officially won Georgia, while Trump took North Carolina.— POLITICO (@politico) November 13, 2020
The final electoral vote count: Biden 306, Trump 232. https://t.co/rrUjVa20Tn pic.twitter.com/RnJLDHpete
Multiple news outlets projected on Friday afternoon that Biden would win the state, releasing their projections 10 days after polls closed in the state amid a tight race.
Breaking News: President-elect Joe Biden won Georgia, a major victory for Democrats, and President Trump took North Carolina. The results do not affect the overall election outcome. https://t.co/SSIFp1hDOd pic.twitter.com/tF2KjmZm10— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 13, 2020
Biden’s apparent victory in Georgia is a historic moment for Democrats, who have long been relegated to second-place in the state. But a combination of changing demographics and rapidly growing urban and suburban populations in recent years have shifted the political playing field there, raising Democratic hopes that Georgia may soon become a new electoral battleground.
CNN PROJECTION: President-elect Joe Biden wins Georgia, flipping the traditionally red state, and Donald Trump wins North Carolina.— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) November 13, 2020
This brings the final electoral vote tally to 306 for Biden and 232 for Trump https://t.co/5LfQT8vUAH #CNNElection pic.twitter.com/F78AK3AvXx
For President Trump, the projected loss is a major setback in his bid for a second term. He carried Georgia in 2016 by 5 points and had hoped that strong support among rural white conservatives in the state would be enough to help him capture its 16 electoral votes.
Biden is currently projected to win the Electoral College by a margin of 306 to 232.
Today a judge denied bond to the 2 men who chased and killed Ahmaud Arbery near Brunswick, Georgia. pic.twitter.com/NGoRZir8kO— Everything Georgia (@GAFollowers) November 13, 2020
The last Republican presidential candidate to lose Georgia was former President George H.W. Bush in 1992.
Biden’s projected victory came more than a week after polls closed in the state. Officials scrambled to count thousands of outstanding absentee ballots, many of them in the Democratic strongholds in and around Atlanta and Savannah.
Early returns showed Trump taking a comfortable lead, but as new vote tallies came in, his advantage dissipated. As of Friday afternoon, Biden led Trump by more than 14,000 votes with 99 percent of precincts reporting, according to the Associated Press.
A full recount has already been ordered in Georgia, with the audit expected to be done by Nov. 20, when the state must certify its results.