The election results roller coaster

The problem is that even before the elections, Trump declared that the Democratic candidate could win only fraudulently.

US Vice President Joe Biden (R) is joined by Ebola Response Coordinator Ron Klain (L) in the Eisenho
Klain: Trump's refusal to acknowledge Biden's victory endangers Americans

"Trump Administration's denial could interfere into the President-elect team's transition preparation on crucial matters, such as the distribution of a coronavirus vaccine."

Joe Biden and Donald Trump
Republicans urge Trump to allow Biden briefings

Most Republican officials and lawmakers have publicly supported President Donald Trump's effort to overturn the election results.

Republican National Committee Chairman Ronna McDaniel speaks to the largely virtual 2020 Republican
Trump endorses McDaniel to remain RNC chair, ponders 2024 run

The US Constitution allows presidents to serve two four-year terms and they do not have to be consecutive.

Americans and Israelis, living by division, need hope

The problem for both America and Israel today is that we are descending into the same kinds of “routine partisanship and factionalism” that destroyed the consensus politics of the Roman Republic.

Americans bipartisanly reject Trump's victory declaration - poll

84%, including 93% of Democrats and 70% of Republicans, said that “candidates should not be declaring victory until all of the votes are counted.”

Israeli settlers blow the shofar as the pray for a Trump win outside the Cave of Patriarchs, Hebron.
Republicans Jews say 30% voted for Trump, J-Street says only 21%

It's not only the candidates who are disputing the election results.

Joe Biden and Donald Trump
US elections: A divided nation is waiting for a decision

As both sides expressed confidence in their chances to win, Americans are on course for contentious days, with Republicans already demanding a recount in Wisconsin.

Bipartisan support for Israel is still alive despite ‘squad’ reelection

One thing is clear: Israel still has many friends in Congress from both parties.

If US vote is dead heat, how will the courts decide? – analysis

Absent a landslide for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, the US Supreme Court may once again decide or decisively tilt the election outcome.

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