US Election 2016: After running several aggressive campaigns Donald J. Trump is now approaching towards the victory as he needs only 26 more votes to win. Wherein, it seems that the Democratic Party has lesser chances of winning the battle for the White House, as Hillary Clinton is lagging behind by 55 votes right now. However, after winning in Ohio, Florida, Utah and North Carolina Donald Trump takes over Georgia as well. And has almost 69% chances of winning Pennsylvania. Trump also takes over the US House by acquiring 219 votes. And on the other hand, Hillary Clinton takes over Colorado and Washington.
Nevertheless, the winners of 28 Senate races have been declared where Democrats could only acquire one seat till now, as representative Tammy Duckworth won the seat.
Update: Harry Reid’s seat will be kept by the Democrats in Nevada as Catherine Cortez Masto proceeds towards being the first Latina senator.
The Republicans are all geared up to defeat Democrats as Democrats hold 44 senate seats and Republicans hold 54 senate seats.
Nevertheless, The counting is left for Pennsylvania and Michigan now but Trump will be surely doing the victory march.
The Republicans will be controlling the senate as they acquired the maximum amount of Senate seats.
Pramila Jayapal has become the very first Indian-American Woman to get elected to US House by acquiring the Senate Seat of Washington State. She fetched 57% of the Washinton State votes.
New Updates: Hillary Clinton won’t be giving the concession speech tonite, while Donald Trump will be delivering the consession speech in a while infront of millions of crowd. And according to reports Hillary Clinton conceded with Donald Trump over the phone.
However, the people of America are extremely anxious to witness what Trump actually has to say after becoming the 45th President of the United States. And would all his earlier speeches differ from the concession speech? Nevertheless, people are cheering, high-fiving and exchanging hugs and kisses at Trump party.
The Vice President of United States of America Mike Pence takes the stage.