Joe Biden leaves Barack Obama behind, breaks all records of American history
In the US Presidential Election, Democratic Party presidential candidate Joe Biden has taken a special record.
Counting on the US Presidential Election is underway. According to local media, Joe Biden has received 264 electoral votes so far and is looking at a huge test, while Donald Trump’s account has 214 electoral votes. Meanwhile, Democratic Party presidential candidate Joe Biden has taken a special record.
Barack Obama’s record broken
Joe Biden has become the first presidential candidate in American history to have the most votes. He has also broken the record of former President Barack Obama, while counting votes is still continuing.
How many votes joe Biden got
According to local media, Joe Biden has received 72,049,341 votes so far, the highest vote for a U.S. presidential candidate. Earlier in 2008, Barack Obama received 69,498,516 votes, while Bill Clinton received 47401185 votes in 1996.
Donald Trump also received record votes
This time there has been record voting in the US and Donald Trump, along with Joe Biden, can also break Barack Obama’s record. Trump has received 68,586,160 votes so far and millions of votes are yet to be counted. It is expected that Trump can break the record of obama votes.
Who will hand over the reins of America
The reins of the United States will be Donald Trump’s hand or the Biden on power, yet it has not been clear. To become president, one will have to win at least 270 of the 538 electoral votes.