Trump and Biden take their fight for the vote count to Twitter

The president of the United States Donald Trump, and his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, have insisted on Twitter this Thursday in their respective messages in favor of stopping the counting of votes in the presidential elections or of counting each and every one of the ballots that still they are pending in some key states.

“Stop the count!” Said Trump, in a message in capital letters in which he once again demanded what he had already asked for in his speech on election night, when he proclaimed himself the winner of the elections and warned of possible fraud to favor of his rival.

Biden, for his part, has repeated that “all votes must be counted”, a message that has also been reiterated by his running mate, Kamala Harris, who has affirmed that “each and every vote must be counted.”

Trump’s vice president, Mike Pence, by contrast, has kept a lower profile these past two days. Already in his first public words, he avoided singing victory as his partner did, who has promoted judicial resources in several of the states that are still in contention.


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