Joe Biden to Become 46th President of the United States After Officially Defeating Donald Trump

Biden to Address the Nation Tonight as the New President-Elect

Joe Biden has a new title to add to his storied political career – President-elect. Biden was announced as the new president of the United States on late Saturday morning after he surpassed the magical 270 number of electoral votes by taking the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. With the win, Biden will become the nation’s 46th president on January 20 when he takes the oath of office. Biden defeated incumbent Donald Trump in what was one of the most divisive elections of modern times.

Celebrations Break Out Across Country: As the news was announced, Americans took to the streets in New York City, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, and more to celebrate the victory of the Democratic candidate. The center of the action was the Black Lives Matter Plaza in the nation’s capital. The plaza has evolved into a central gathering spot for celebrations and demonstrations in recent months.

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