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Biden ahead in Georgia, Pennsylvania; Trump attacks process

From left: Democratic nominee Joe Biden and President Donald Trump each speak early Nov. 4,...
From left: Democratic nominee Joe Biden and President Donald Trump each speak early Nov. 4, 2020, as vote counting continues.(WRDW)
Published: Nov. 6, 2020 at 10:14 AM EST
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WASHINGTON (AP)- Democrat Joe Biden has overtaken President Donald Trump in Pennsylvania and Georgia.

The election hinges on the outcome of tight contests in those key battleground states.

The new results Friday come as Trump is trying to undermine confidence in this week’s election.

With his pathway to reelection appearing to shrink, Trump advanced unsupported accusations of voter fraud Thursday to falsely argue Biden was trying to seize power.

It amounted to an extraordinary effort by a sitting American president to sow doubt about the democratic process.

Trump’s remarks also prompted a rebuke from some fellow Republicans, particularly those looking to steer the party in a different direction in a post-Trump era.

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