Joe Biden. The Almost-President

 Joe Biden. The Almost-President

In the U.S., there’s a change of power at the White House. Democratic challenger Joe Biden further extended his lead over incumbent Donald Trump on Friday.In two important states, Georgia and Pennsylvania, Biden was able to turn the result in his favor. In both states, he finally– if only by a wafer-thin margin– was ahead.Due to the extremely close result, however, the authorities in Georgia are expecting a recount. Both candidates could apply for passes away as soon as there is a confirmed result with a margin of no more than 0.5 percent of the votes, according to the election authorities.Source: Info graphic WORLDBut regardless of the outcome of the race for the White House, Europe must not hope that with a President Biden in the White House a new harmony in transatlantic relations will automatically return.This was the unanimous opinion of politicians and business leaders at the WELT European Top, which was organized for the second time by the media company Axel Springer, of which WELT is a part, together with the French insurance group Axa. Due to the pandemic, the meeting planned in Paris was held as a digital conference.Here you will find content from third party providersIn order to interact with or display third-party content, we need your consent.”Under a US President Biden, the relationship between Europe and the US will not change as fundamentally as many hope,” said France’s Secretary of State for European Affairs, Clément Beaune. He
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