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With provocations, Donald Trump tries to avoid defeat to Joe Biden

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São Paulo – In a quick speech on Thursday afternoon (5), Democratic candidate for president of the United States, Joe Biden, responded to the provocations of Republican Donald Trump and asked his voters for patience. “Each vote needs to be counted. Democracy sometimes gets a little confused, it requires patience, ”said Biden. “We have no doubt that when the countdown is over, we will be the winners. Stay calm, the count is being completed ”, he added.

Hours later, in a speech of almost 18 minutes, ended shortly after 9 pm (Brasília time), the current president returned to expose conspiracy theories, accusations of fraud, corruption and “theft” in the electoral process, citing states like Michigan (where suffered the turn) and Georgia, admitting that it can lose in that state. He made all the hints without providing any evidence. He promised that the lawsuits will continue. “We want an honest count, an honest election,” he said. There will be a lot of fighting in the courts, because we cannot allow an election to be stolen this way ”, added the Republican.

Earlier, Donald Trump sent journalists covering the White House and the US election an email in which he continues his teasing strategy to Joe Biden, seeking to sow confusion and misinformation. “If you count the legal votes, I win the election easily! If you count the illegal and late votes, they can steal the election from us! ”, He wrote in the message, written in capital letters. On Twitter, the current president calls for the counting of votes to be stopped. “STOP THE COUNT!” (“Stop the count”), tweeted.

Trump contests in court the count in all states where he is at a disadvantage or could suffer a turnaround. In Michigan and Georgia, judges denied the president’s requests to stop the investigation. The Republican asked for the same thing in Nevada. In Philadelphia, the count was temporarily suspended.

Decisive states

Biden remains more likely to be elected, but the outcome of the election is still uncertain. The results remain undefined in four important states and the number of votes cast is unclear: Georgia, Pennsylvania, Nevada and Arizona.

In Georgia (16 delegates), with an estimated 98% of the votes cast. Trump is just 0.2% ahead and the gap continues to fall as the votes arrive. In the early evening in Brazil, he is the Republican who leads by only 9 thousand votes. Georgia is the state that is closest to defining the election, if Biden gets the turnaround.

In Pennsylvania, the largest yet undefined state, which takes 20 delegates to the Electoral College, the distance narrows as the count progresses, mainly with the votes of Philadelphia, a Democratic stronghold.

At a news conference early in the evening (Brasília time), Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar declined to say how many votes were definitively totaled. Estimates are that, with 90% counted, the difference was less than just over 78 thousand votes, 1.2% in favor of the Republican. At 3 pm, Trump had 115,000 votes in the lead, shortly after 8 pm. If he wins in Pennsylvania, Biden gets 284 votes and will be elected, regardless of results in any other state, including Arizona.

In Nevada, Biden leads
and the margin in his favor increased from 8,000 to 11,000 votes this Thursday. At
projections indicate that he should get the six state delegates, which
would take the Democrat to the “magic number” of 270 votes in the Electoral College,
exactly the count needed for the election. Nevada promises 51 thousand more votes
for tomorrow, but you have until the 12th to add those sent by mail,
since they are posted until the 3rd.

North Carolina is considered to be won by Trump in the projections and, therefore, is not seen as a priority by analysts. Alaska, with just three delegates, will

The Arizona Factor

The verification in the state of
Arizona has become the most controversial of the election. Since the beginning of the dissemination of
results, the Associated Press agency supports Biden’s victory, which
today it would have 264 delegates at the electoral college. Fox News, a broadcaster considered
Trump’s ally also indicates a Democratic victory.

However, more cautious, The New York Times and CNN do not nail Joe Biden’s victory over Donald Trump in Arizona, which, if it occurs, will be tight. So, in the count of the New York newspaper and the TV station, the Democrat appears with 253 votes in the Electoral College. As in Pennsylvania, counting in Arizona takes longer.

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Argentine President contaminated by covid-19 and fulfills isolation

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São Paulo – The president of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, informed on social media that he tested positive for covid-19, after showing symptoms of the disease. He said he is in isolation and has warned people with whom he has had contact in the past 48 hours. And he also reported that he had 37.3ºC of fever, in addition to feeling a slight headache.

The announcement was made this Saturday (3), the day after Fernández turned 62. “For everyone’s information, I am physically well and, although I wanted to end my birthday without this news, I am also in a good mood,” said the president.

He received the first dose of the vaccine (Sputnik) in January. The second, the following month. “I’m fine, I don’t have any symptoms. Only this fever from yesterday that I reported ”, he declared to the newspaper Clarín. “It is a very complicated virus, and the demonstration is that I got infected, even though I was vaccinated with both doses and with extreme care,” he added.

Former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, who received the second dose of the vaccine today, sent a message of support to “Daqui do Brasil I send good energy, hoping for its prompt recovery. May soon overcome this disease to continue caring for the Argentine people. Hugs, mate! ”He wrote.

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