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Donald Trump is projected to win at least 214 votes. However, votes are still counted in Pennsylvania, where, according to AP estimates, about two percent of the tribes remain. Neither the AP nor the U.S. television stations' forecasts will rule out Trump being able to win Pennsylvania. / ritzau /
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Joe Biden has overtaken Trump in the important swing state of Pennsylvania

Donald Trump is projected to win at least 214 votes. However, votes are still counted in Pennsylvania, where, according to AP estimates, about two percent of the tribes remain. Neither the AP nor the U.S. television stations' forecasts will rule out Trump being able to win Pennsylvania. / ritzau /
The latest update of spoken voices in Pennsylvania shows that Joe Biden has overtaken Donald Trump.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has overtaken incumbent Republican President Donald Trump in the state of Pennsylvania, according to the latest update of the counted votes.

Joe Biden leads with just over 5,500 votes after the most recently counted votes have been added to the result. This corresponds to a lead of 0.1 percentage points.

It shows news agency AP’s update of the count as shown on the radio station NPR’s website.

Pennsylvania gives 20 voters to the winner. If Biden’s leadership proves to hold, it may well bring him up to the 270 electors he will need to become president.

The US television stations and the news agency AP’s forecasts already show Joe Biden as the winner in states with at least 253 voters.

Thus, a victory in Pennsylvania will bring him up to at least 273 voters in those predictions.

Donald Trump is projected to win at least 214 votes.

However, votes are still counted in Pennsylvania, where, according to AP estimates, about two percent of the tribes remain.

Neither the AP nor the U.S. television stations’ forecasts will rule out Trump being able to win Pennsylvania.

/ ritzau /

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