- Media projections indicate that Joe Biden will win the election in Georgia
- He becomes the first Democrat to claim the southern state in 28 years
- Trump is however challenging the election results in some battleground states over alleged rigging
In another big blow to the Twitter loving president of the United States of America, Joe Biden has been projected to win Georgia.
With this, Biden a Republican presidential stronghold for nearly three decades.
In fact, the former vice president is the first Democratic nominee to triumph in Georgia since Bill Clinton did it in 1992.
Meanwhile, manual recount of nearly five million presidential election votes is ongoing in the state.
It is however noteworthy to know that despite Trump's refusal to concede defeat, Biden is leading with a margin of 14,111 votes in the state.
In a related development, Trump is projected to win in North Carolina, bringing his electoral votes to 232.
Despite this, he is challenging the election results in some battleground states over alleged rigging.
Trump is also projected to have defeated Biden in Alaska.
He won the three electoral college votes at stake in the state, taking his projected electoral college votes to 217.
Meanwhile, emerging reports claim that President Donald Trump has told his close associates that he is considering contesting in the US presidential election in 2024.
Reuters, citing a source who was not named, stated that Trump told his allies that he may announce his 2024 presidential bid by the end of the year.
Though the president has not openly made any statement about launching another presidential bid, several reports have claimed that he has been talking about it with his close circle.
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