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Officially Congress affirms Biden’s Electoral College victory after pro-Trump rioters on Capitol

Officially Congress affirms Biden’s Electoral College victory after pro-Trump rioters

Congress has just confirmed President-elect Joe Biden has won the commission over the President-elect.

The vote count in Vermont put Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on the 270 threshold needed to win the presidency.

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The Senate and the House of Representatives rejected objections to excluding some photos from Georgia and Pennsylvania in favor of Biden. Republicans also objected to the images in Arizona, Nevada, and Michigan, but the suggestions failed before they reached the sentence.

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Officially Congress affirms Biden's Electoral College victory after pro-Trump rioters on Capitol
Officially Congress affirms Biden’s Electoral College victory after pro-Trump rioters on Capitol

“The declaration of a state of voting by the President of the Senate is a sufficient declaration of the persons elected as President and Vice President of the United States, each beginning on the twentieth day of January 2021 and entering it,” Pence said after counting all the votes of the body “with the list of votes in the House of Representatives.

In the wake of the Trump supporters’ demonstrations on Capitol Hill and Congress building against the alleged rigging of the election results, Congress confirmed Biden, on Thursday, that Biden had won the US presidential election.

Congress confirmed Biden’s victory in the presidential election with a majority of 306 of the electoral college votes against 232 for outgoing President Donald Trump.

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Officially Congress affirms Biden's Electoral College victory after pro-Trump rioters on Capitol
Officially Congress affirms Biden’s Electoral College victory after pro-Trump rioters on Capitol

Vice President Mike Pence announced that Congress approved the results of the electoral college votes, paving the way for Biden to take over the presidency on January 20.

Officially Congress affirms Biden’s Electoral College victory after pro-Trump rioters on Capitol

The session was suspended yesterday and the Congress building was evacuated after some Trump supporters stormed the building following demonstrations by supporters of the outgoing president against the election results, interspersed with confrontations with the police.

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Officially Congress affirms Biden's Electoral College victory after pro-Trump rioters on Capitol
Officially Congress affirms Biden’s Electoral College victory after pro-Trump rioters on Capitol

Senator Kelly Loeffler, a Republican from Georgia who planned to veto the results of the November 3 election from her home state, said. Loeffler lost the run-off election on Tuesday to Democrat Raphael Warnock.

Officially Congress affirms Biden’s Electoral College victory after pro-Trump rioters on Capitol

But others pressed ahead with what their colleagues described as a dangerous maneuver that will only undermine Americans’ confidence in the electoral system and fuel President Donald Trump’s false claims that the elections were rigged – an assertion that has been repeatedly debunked and rejected by the courts. And election officials and state leaders.

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