Joe Biden wins Michigan, reclaiming another “blue wall” state President Trump won in 2016 and narrowing Trump’s path to 270 electoral votes
Joe Biden expressed optimism about his chances of victory, saying he was “confident we’ll emerge victorious” once every valid vote is counted.
The Democratic nominee emphasized that, despite the contentious nature of the race for the White House, the presidency “demands a duty of care for all Americans.”
“I will work as hard for those who didn’t vote for me as I will for those who did vote for me,” Biden said.
Pivoting to the election results, Biden emphasized “every vote must be counted.”
“We, the people will not be silenced,” Biden said, characterizing his potential win as “a victory for the American people.”
With that, Biden and Kamala Harris departed without taking questions from reporters.