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Trump, Biden Know Fate In US Election As Results Counting Begins

America is on the verge of history again as the country will elect a new president between the incumbent Donald Trump of the Republican Party and 77-year-old former vice president Joe Biden of the Democratic Party.

The presidential election in the US concluded yesterday, Tuesday, November 3, as the citizens trooped out to exercise their democratic right in electing a new president or peradventure returning the incumbent one. Results gathered so far, however, showed Biden leading the keen contest but there is much to the end line.

President Trump And Democratic Candidate Joe Biden know their fate as vote counting begins in the US. Photo credit: APNews via Getty Images Source: UGC Will Biden make history by winning or Trump pulling the magic as he did in 2016? Legit.ng will provide you with insightful and credible live updates of the election as vote counting begins.

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