Trump election press conference to be held at 4 Seasons Overall Landscaping in Philadelphia
President Trump states a “huge interview” will be held Saturday early morning at 4 Seasons Total Landscaping, a landscaping company in Philadelphia.
He tweeted the area and time– 11: 30 a.m. ET– after posting then erasing an earlier tweet that said a “Attorney Interview” would be held at 11 a.m. at “Four Seasons, Philadelphia,” which appeared to recommend it would be held at a hotel.
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Eyes of the nation on handful of states
By CBS News’ count, Biden has actually gotten 253 electoral votes– simply 17 short of the 270 he needs to win. The eyes of the nation are now on Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, Nevada and North Carolina to identify who wins the election, CBS News’ Ed O’Keefe reports.
” For now, we actually are focused primarily on Pennsylvania, which is anticipated to drop a lot more votes later on today. And we might get some sense of finality in Arizona depending upon the number of more come, and where precisely they originate from,” O’Keefe stated on “CBS This Morning: Saturday.”
Biden is leading in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona and Nevada. O’Keefe stated the Biden project was proud of the reality “that at the end of the day, they had alternatives.”
” They had a number of various methods to get to270 For the president at this point, all of it rests on Pennsylvania. That’s truly just one option, and it doesn’t appear to be trending in his direction,” O’Keefe said.
Joe Biden’s fans throw celebration in New York City
Many individuals said they were feeling “cautiously optimistic” about the election results.
” I believe the numbers speak for themselves, and I believe we’re all just thrilled that democracy is going to prevail,” Todd Thompson stated.
” I believe what’s first and primary crucial is for Biden really just to bring this nation together,” Sarah Roden said.
Twitter flags several Trump tweets as “contested” and possibly “deceptive”
Mr. Trump made numerous incorrect claims about the election in his tweets, mistakenly saying that “10s of thousands of votes were illegally gotten” after the deadline in Pennsylvania. This is incorrect, as ballots re