After Democratic nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenNorth Korea conducts potential 6th missile test in a month Clyburn predicts Supreme Court contender J. Michelle Childs would get GOP votes Overnight Defense & National Security — US delivers written response to Russia MORE was projected as the winner of the 2020 presidential election early Saturday, cities across the country erupted in celebration.
ALL OF LOS ANGELES IS SCREAMING!!!!!! NO MORE TRUMP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/5l0Cok8NA7— 4D (@isellassfordior) November 7, 2020
Denver after the presidency is called for Joe Biden. pic.twitter.com/qnchZ24Rer— Jesse Aaron Paul ☀ (@JesseAPaul) November 7, 2020
Crowds begin to gather in front of the White House, by what D.C. has named Black Lives Matter Plaza. pic.twitter.com/jCvLRTa3mA— Cheyenne Haslett (@cheyennehaslett) November 7, 2020
Black Lives Matter Plaza in front of the White House, outside the fenced off Lafayette Square: pic.twitter.com/qKdLZT2c7N— Abdallah Fayyad (@abdallah_fayyad) November 7, 2020
Seattle wishes to express its happiness. pic.twitter.com/SXxDUDwCof— Jeremy Tinley (@techwolf359) November 7, 2020
Atlanta breaking out in cheers after the election is called for Biden. pic.twitter.com/xZgzSDB0aB— Anthony Michael Kreis (@AnthonyMKreis) November 7, 2020
Trump issued a statement minutes after numerous news outlets declared Biden the winner of the presidential race claiming that networks were helping the former vice president “falsely” pose as the winner and promising to fight the results in court.
“The simple fact is this election is far from over. Joe Biden has not been certified as the winner of any states, let alone any of the highly contested states headed for mandatory recounts, or states where our campaign has valid and legitimate legal challenges that could determine the ultimate victor,” Trump said in a prepared statement.