US Elections: Biden is leading but Trump would not step down so easily
It would be a nail biting finish for the US Presidential race. The Democrat nominee Joe Biden is leading with only a few states remaining to finish the count. But those in the know say that President Donald Trump would not hang his boots so easily.
Trump has said several times how he would not accept the results in case he loses. He may go to the Supreme Court and that may delay the process.
Biden would need 270 electoral college votes and though he may win the presidential race, the poor performance of his Political Party may leave him with no power in the Senate and House of Representatives.
If he prevails, Biden would become the first president since George H.W. Bush entered office without control of both the House and Senate — promising him at least two years of stasis and gridlock. Kamala Harris is Biden’s mate and would be the vice-President if he comes to power.
Moreover, Trump has moved courts in three states over the ballot counting process. Voters were urged to vote early this time, especially through mail-in ballots, to avoid queues amid the coronavirus pandemic.