Trump headquarters sued to suspend Georgia vote count
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Trump headquarters sued to suspend Georgia vote count

5 November , 10:32In the worldPhoto: ТАСС
President Donald Trump's campaign headquarters has filed a lawsuit today to suspend the counting of votes in Georgia. Previously, such suits were filed in Pennsylvania and Michigan.

Trump's headquarters also intends to request a recount in Wisconsin, the Associated Press reports.

According to Fox News forecasts, Trump secured the support of 214 electors, while his Democrat rival Joseph Biden - 264.

Counting is still ongoing in Nevada, Pennsylvania, Georgia, North Carolina and Alaska. According to analysts, Biden is in the lead in Nevada, and in the rest of these states - Trump.

Note that in the state of Arizona, a rally began at the electoral center of the Maricopa district in Phoenix. According to CNN, there are many Trump supporters among the demonstrators.

"There are a lot of red caps, posters in support of Trump and appeals", - said the channel's correspondent.

It is known that several protesters managed to get inside, but they left after several questions about the vote count. Some of the demonstrators are armed, according to ABC.

In Manhattan, meanwhile, about 60 protesters were detained for setting fire to garbage cans and blocking access to the subway, writes The New York Times. Here, on the contrary, the majority are Biden's supporters.

We will remind that yesterday Trump said that he suspected stuffing during the elections. He called the sudden strengthening of Democrats' positions in the presidential elections in some states, observed in recent hours, as suspicious.

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