‘We consider we’re on monitor to win this election,’ Joe Biden tells Delaware crowd


Joe Biden spoke briefly at a drive-in rally in Delaware shortly earlier than 1 AM ET, providing an optimistic message however one which emphasised that the vote-counting is ongoing and there’s rather a lot we don’t know. “We be ok with the place we’re, we actually do. I’m right here to let you know tonight we consider we’re on monitor to win this election,” he stated. 

Biden addressed the size of the counting course of, saying “We knew due to the unprecedented early vote, the mail-in vote, that it was going to take some time. We’re going to should be affected person.” 

Noting that Minnesota had simply been referred to as for him, Biden stated his marketing campaign is assured about Arizona and “nonetheless within the sport for Georgia.” Moreover, he stated he’s “feeling good about Wisconsin and Michigan. And by the best way, it’s going to take time to rely votes—we’re going to win Pennsylvania.”

Biden emphasised endurance, and the significance of counting the votes: “We might know the outcomes as early as tomorrow morning, however it might take a bit longer. As I’ve stated all alongside, it’s not my place or Donald Trump’s place to declare who’s gained this election. That’s the choice of the American individuals. However I’m optimistic about this consequence.”