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US election: Biden warns Donald Trump, says, 'Will be evicted forcefully from White House'
US election: Biden warns Donald Trump, says, 'Will be evicted forcefully from White House'

Washington: The presidential election has reached a turning point in the US. If Joe Biden needs just 6 votes to win, then US President Donald Trump is not ready to give up. Biden has warned that Trump may be forcibly evicted from the White House if he refuses to accept defeat in the US election.

Democratic candidate Biden is heading for the presidency after leading states of Pennsylvania and Georgia. But Trump has made it clear that he has been tricked into voting count. Biden campaign spokesman Andrew Bates stated, "As we said on July 19, the American people will decide this election and the government of the United States of America (UAE) is fully capable of protecting the trespassers from the White House."

Trump, in an interview with Fox News in July, refused to accept the election results and a peaceful transfer of power. Biden gained 28,877 votes in Republican-led Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes would be enough to elect the 77-year-old Biden by a magical number of 270 votes, which would easily propel him to the presidency.

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