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President Donald Trump repeats assertion that he has won the election, although votes are still being counted. The president complains of β€œtremendous corruption and fraud in the mail-in ballots”, without giving any evidence for his claim.

Legal mail-in ballots are still being counted in four states whose results will decide the election: Arizona, Georgia, Nevada and Pennsylvania. The president says he is “on track to do OK in Arizona”, although the latest tally, with 88% of votes counted, shows Biden ahead.

President Trump says that “ultimately I feel that judges will have to rule” on the result.

Joe Biden says people should remain calm as votes are counted, adding he has “no doubt” he will emerge the winner. The Democrat has a slender lead in Nevada and Arizona and is chipping away at Trump’s advantage in Georgia and Pennsylvania. Biden has racked up a record 71.5 million votes and has said he will win enough states to become president.

Overall turnout is projected to be the highest in 120 years at 66.9%, and we might not have a result for days

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