Biden assessed Trump’s attempts to challenge the outcome of the election

Biden assessed Trump's attempts to challenge the outcome of the election

U.S. President-elect Joseph Biden assessed the attempts of the current leader of the country Donald Trump to challenge the outcome of the elections in the country.

He recalled that Trump’s campaign has made “dozens and dozens of attempts” to challenge the election results in the legal field. According to Biden, Trump’s attempts to challenge the outcome of the U.S. presidential election, including in the courts, have been unsuccessful and effectively exhausted.

The nation’s leader-elect said Trump’s staff’s claims were heard and found to be without merit. “They were heard by more than 80 judges across the country, and in none of those cases was evidence or grounds found to alter or question the outcome of the election,” he concluded.

Biden received the electoral college votes needed to win the presidential race. He received 55 electoral votes in California, thus garnering 302 votes. In order to win the presidential race he needs to get 270 electoral votes. The Democrat called the electoral college’s decision a clear victory over incumbent Donald Trump.