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US Presidential Election 2020
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How Trump's house of cards has tumbled in his final days as president
Trump has furiously clung on to hope of overturning the election - but Wednesday night's mob may have been the final straw.
Trump promises 'orderly transition' after mob storms US Capitol
US lawmakers were forced to flee after a pro-Trump mob breached the capitol building. After the session resumed, Republican Senator Mitch McConnell condemned a "failed insurrection".
Trump could face criminal charges over demands on Georgia official
A leaked telephone conversation has led to allegations that the U.S. president violated electoral law.
Trump recorded begging Georgia official to overturn Biden victory
The conversation caught on tape on Saturday was the latest step in an unprecedented effort by a sitting president to reverse the outcome of a free and fair election that he lost.
Euronews' most important misinformation debunks in 2020
Viral misinformation surged online in 2020. Here are ten of Euronews' best debunks from the last 12 months.
Trump meets with Republican lawmakers in last bid to block Biden's win
Having failed to prove electoral fraud in 50 lawsuits, as well as having two cases thrown out by the Supreme Court, Donald Trump is making one last-ditch attempt to overturn the election results in Congress.
If Kremlin had been behind Navalny poisoning, he'd be dead, says Putin
He made the claim during his annual marathon press conference on Thursday.
Election deadline leaves Joe Biden a step closer to US presidency
Today marks 'Safe Harbour' deadline day in the US, when electors must ratify recounts and certify results from the November election. This means once states have rubber-stamped their counts, there's little room to manoeuvre for Donald Trump with his voter fraud claims.
Joe Biden picks ex-general Lloyd Austin as defence secretary — sources
If confirmed by the Senate, 67-year old Lloyd Austin would be the first African-American leader of the Pentagon.
US Attorney General says no widespread election fraud, disputing Trump
The comments from Barr, who has been one of Donald Trump’s most ardent allies, directly contradict the outgoing president's baseless claims that the vote was stolen.
Trump says he'll leave if Electoral College formalises Biden victory
Trump has said he would allow a peaceful transition of power in January if the Electoral College formalises Democrat Joe Biden's victory, but insisted such a decision would be a “mistake”.
Donald Trump cheered by supporters as he heads to golf course
Protesters and supporters regularly gather outside the club’s entrance when he plays
US election: Biden expected to nominate Blinken as secretary of state
The US president-elect is expected to nominate Antony Blinken as secretary of state.
US election 2020: Trump campaign requests full recount of Georgia vote
The results of the state, which has traditionally been a Republican stronghold, were certified on Friday after a recount by hand confirmed Joe Biden's win.
In crucial electoral state Georgia's governor certifies Democrat win
It brings the state one step closer to wrapping up an election fraught with unfounded accusations of fraud by Trump and his supporters.
Trump's options narrow as Michigan pushes to certify Biden victory
Donald Trump's bid to overturn Joe Biden's projected victory in the US presidential election took another knock on Friday after Michigan lawmakers agreed there was nothing to stop the state making its results official.
Michigan move: Is Donald Trump seeking to subvert the US election?
The outgoing president, who refuses to cede power and continues to repeat baseless fraud claims, wants to overturn the Midwest state's vote for Biden.
US election: Georgia hand tally of votes complete, Biden wins state
The AP officially called the state of Georgia and its 16 Electoral College votes for Joe Biden after a hand count of ballots completed on Thursday confirmed the results of the presidential election.
Joe Biden's election offers lessons for Europe on how to deal with far-right populism ǀ View
Joe Biden fought a successful presidential campaign based on the one thing that is anathema to far-right populists: rules of engagement and dialogue. Instead of triggering aggression and divisiveness, Biden strived to unify people.
Trump fires agency head who vouched for 2020 vote security
Hours before being dismissed, Krebs tweeted out a report citing 59 election security experts saying there is no credible evidence of computer fraud in the 2020 election outcome.
Head of US government agency under pressure to let transition proceed
The head of the little-known General Services Administration has yet to certify Biden as the winner, stalling the launch of the official transition process.
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Analysis: Biden victory signals change not just in US, but Europe too
What does Joe Biden's victory mean for Europe and the future of Trump-style politics across the globe?
US election security officials reject Trump claims of widespread fraud
Cybersecurity experts, federal and state election officials say they have seen no evidence to back the outgoing president's baseless claims of widespread fraud.
Debunked: Dead voters’ ballots not evidence of major election fraud
Social media users have falsely claimed that US citizens cast extra votes using the identities of dead people in key swing states. Experts have told Euronews that there is no evidence of widespread election fraud.
EU-US relations will never be the same again, says ex-Trump aide
Mick Mulvaney says President Donald Trump has "tapped into" issues between the bloc and the US which will have a lasting impact.
Biden chooses longtime adviser Ron Klain as chief of staff
Klain served as chief of staff for Biden during Barack Obama’s first term, was chief of staff to Vice President Al Gore in the mid-1990s and was a key adviser on the Biden campaign, guiding Biden’s debate preparations and coronavirus response.