American elections, the day after live: an elected president could divide America

 American elections, the day after live: an elected president could divide America
Des manifestants se rassemblent devant le bâtiment du Capitole de l’État après que l’ancien vice-président Joe Biden ait été déclaré vainqueur de l’élection présidentielle américaine de 2020, à Lansing, Michigan, États-Unis, le 8 novembre.

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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    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.

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    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

    in Washington, USA on November 8th. Erin Scott/ Reuters
    Vos concerns

    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

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