It was more than a week ago the US presidential election – and after the first media had already approved the state of Arizona on election night Joe Biden, NBC and CNN are now following suit. For Trump it is a heavy defeat. Because Ariziona was a stronghold of the Republicans for many years. The newly elected US President Joe Biden has, according to other forecasts, won the election in the traditionally republican state of Arizona. After the news agency AP and the TV broadcaster Fox News declared him the winner on election night in Arizona last week, the broadcasters NBC News and CNN are now following suit. In the state in the southwest of the USA there are eleven electors. Arizona has long been considered a safe bastion for the Republicans. Since the election year 1952, Republican presidential candidates have almost always won there. The exception was the election year 1996, when Democrat Bill Clinton won there. Biden has already collected 290 votes for the December election meeting. 270 of these electors are enough for an election victory.
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Trump currently has 217 voters. The Republican has so far refused to acknowledge his defeat in the election and claims, without providing any evidence, that there were irregularities in the voting and counting. US government agencies have now also rejected the rumors that Trump had spread, according to which the presidential election had been manipulated through the use of computer software. There is no evidence of this, it said in a statement issued by representatives of the Department of Homeland Security’s cybersecurity agency and the federal election officers’ associations. In the states of North Carolina and Georgia, the tight races are not yet decided. In North Carolina, Trump is ahead. In Georgia, Biden holds a small lead. Because of the tight result, the Georgia government has announced that all votes will be recounted by hand. However, those responsible for the election do not expect that the trend will fundamentally change there.
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