In the aftermath of Joe Biden’s official victory, Donald Trump still declines to take the leading step towards accepting the verdict of the ballot boxes. Latest details and answers to your concerns.
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- Joe Biden became the elected President of the United States on Friday, four days after the November 3rd election. After being declared the winner in Pennsylvania, and with more than 270 votes in the Electoral College, the Democrat was nominated 46 e President of the United States. In his victory speech, he promised to “heal” America
- Forty-seven years after being one of the youngest elected to the Senate, he is poised to become the oldest president to enter the White House. His running mate, California Senator Kamala Harris, will be the first woman vice president.
- Donald Trump has remained in boy denial, promoting as his supporters On Sunday, he was seen playing golf in Virginia after again evoking a “stolen election”
- The transition schedule begins today, and it looks like it will be an eventful one.
- On Sunday, the United States wakes up in a deeply divided country, while the results of some states are still not known.
The journalists involved were able to follow this live:
Aude Lasjaunias in Paris and our correspondents and special envoys in the United States: Pierre Bouvier, Stéphanie Le Bars, Corine Lesnes and Raphaëlle Rérolle.
The United States Constitution limits the number of terms a person can serve in the White House to two.
The day after the announcement of Joe Biden’s election, Jerry Nickens came to immortalize this victory in front of St. John’s Church near the White House
During the 2000 campaign, George W. Bush and his Democratic rival, Al Gore, came to an elbow in the key state of Florida. Outvoted by just over 500 votes, the Democrat called for a recount of thousands of publications ignored by the vote-makers. But the Supreme Court interrupted him, citing a lack of time and George W. Bush became the 43rd President of the United States-Uni