On Saturday the seventh, the Associated Press projected that former Vice President Joe Biden would win the 2020 presidential election, one that had run 4 days longer than anticipated. Biden clinched the projected win with 290 electoral votes, as swing states Pennsylvania and Nevada turned in their numbers. Former Vice President Joe Biden finished in both states with over 30,000 votes in each, causing several major news networks to declare him the 46th president of the United States of America.
As Vice President Elect, Kamala Harris will become the first female African-American and South Asian-American vice president to be elected in American history. President Donald Trump has not yet come out with a statement regarding his projected loss.