You fired! President Donald Trump has heard these words before. It’s a catchphrase that President Trump has made famous with his reality TV show living. President Trump had no idea those words would come back and bite him in the rear end. Revelers spent a greater portion on Saturday celebrating the presidential election victory of Joe Biden against President Trump.
More than 71 million people voted for President Trump in his reelection. It wasn’t good enough. In a sharp rebuke to President Trump is that the American people voted to make No. 45 a one-term Commander-in-Chief. That’ll be all, folks. Echoing the late Stuart Scott, you ain’t got to go home, Mr. President, but you have to get the heck out of here come Jan. 20, 2021.
While President Trump received the second-highest count totals for an American president, Joe Biden, the face of the Democratic Party, tallied more votes than one person in history. To this point, Biden has had more than 75 million votes go his way. On top of that, Biden beat Trump at his own game. Well, actually, Biden beat him at a different game: mail-in voting.
Biden won the electoral votes in battleground states such as Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, as well as in hardcore red states such as Nevada and Georgia, gave the former vice president the edge.
Protest and Revelry: Joe Biden is elected President
Demonstrators took to the streets of Los Angeles on Saturday, Nov.8, 2020, after it was announced that Joe Biden was elected to be the next President of the United States. The declaration caused joyous celebrations across the Southland that took take place as protestors displayed their angst of current President Donald Trump. Photos by Dennis J. Freeman
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