Nov 6, Will Obama’s reelected day witness Trump’s downfall; Special report

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The election for the presidency of the United States is in full swing while Biden has received 253 electoral college votes and Trump got 213 electoral college votes so far.

Postal votes will be the determining factor in the outcome of this election. This is the first time in history that such an in-fighting is taking place. Although almost all the results can be known today, there is a very coincidental feature to this day.

It was on November 6, Barack Obama became President for a second term in the 2012 election. He won with a record of the first time since 1944, Franklin D. Roosevelt won re-election, that a Democratic president had won by a majority of the electoral votes and over 51% of the popular vote twice by getting 65,915,795 popular votes and 332 electoral votes.

Barack Obama, the Democratic candidate at the time is at the forefront of the campaign now for his then vice president, Joe Biden. Obama also made strong allegations against Trump in the opposition.

As the results from Georgia, Nevada, Arizona, North Carolina and Pennsylvania are still waiting to count, it is to be witnessed that whether this day of Obama’s reelection will be a day of day of downfall for Trump.

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