CNN on the 21st, Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Biden won more than 6 million votes from the current president and Republican presidential candidate Trump on Friday local time.
According to Associated Press data, the 22nd, Biden had 7,9825,522 votes and Trump had 7,3787,777 votes, a difference of more than 6.03 million votes.
According to the estimates of the Associated Press and other US media, Biden finally got 306 electoral votes and Trump won 232 electoral votes. According to the rules of the U.S. presidential election, the presidential candidate who has obtained more than 270 electoral votes wins the election.
Although the above advantages are comparable to when Trump won in 2016, Trump has not admitted defeat so far. He and his team are still seeking to prove that there is fraud in the election, and the lawsuit has been rejected by a multi-state judge.