President Donald Trump held onto most of the counties he took from President Barack Obama, but Joe Biden was able to siphon away support in 24 of them.
Biden has gained roughly 3,514,646 new followers on both Instagram and Twitter since news networks projected his victory over Donald Trump on Saturday.
Nearly 30 percent of Biden's voters cast their ballot as a vote against Trump but only eight percent of Trump's voters cast their ballot as a vote against Biden.
It had been rumored the president-elect may speak with Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron before taking the British PM's call.
"How hard is it to renounce socialism if you really don't believe in it? The reason she can't renounce it is because the mainstream of her party — deep in their soul — backs socialism," Senator Lindsey Graham tweeted on Tuesday.
"Obviously you're dealing with the same dynamics that you had prior to the election," congressman Tom Reed said Tuesday.
The presidential race remains uncalled in Alaska and North Carolina on Tuesday, while Georgia prepares to conduct a ballot recount.
"The Democrats are being sore losers. They refuse to acknowledge they lost the election," said Kayleigh McEnany in 2018.
The grueling 2020 campaign unfolded at a time of great uncertainty for the nation. But there is nothing uncertain about the results.
The former Senator for Arizona Jeff Flake told BBC's Newsnight that Republicans "are still playing to that audience of one, not knowing where the Trump base will go."
A deeper look at the prime minister's message shows the outline of what appears to be Trump's name above that of Biden's.
Bill Russo, the Biden campaign's communications director, has accused the Mark Zuckerberg-led social media giant of "shredding the fabric of our democracy."
Overall, the number that feel the nation is on the wrong track has stayed roughly the same—at 69 percent on November 3 and 68 percent on November 9.
A panel of experts hosted by a Taiwanese policy think tank agreed Monday that a Biden administration would continue to support the democratic island nation while attempting to cooperate with Beijing.
Biden has Irish heritage and would gain more economically from agreeing trade deals with the European Union first rather than the U.K.
The Democrats' attempts to bully Republicans into silence about any questions about the vote, or to simply shut down the discussion as a conspiracy theory that the media is labeling false in advance of even a cursory examination of the charges, won't help the cause of democracy.
"You can't just cut away from coverage you don't like," Carlson said Monday, the same day that Cavuto cut away from coverage of a White House press conference.
Successful management of U.S. interests and maintenance of U.S. leadership requires consistent policy and a belief among local leaders that they can't just browbeat one administration and move on to the next.
Speculation mounts as a digger is drafted in and grass is removed at the world-famous garden on Pennsylvania Avenue.
How to assemble a national jigsaw puzzle that seems like a jumble of pieces from two different boxes, one red and one blue? I suggest an agreement on a national touchstone.
Andrei Belousov made the comments as the Kremlin spokesman said it was too early to congratulate Joe Biden as the winner of the U.S. election.
Just four Republican senators have acknowledged President Donald Trump's loss and congratulated Joe Biden.
Downloads of the app have surged since Joe Biden defeated president Donald Trump in last week's election, with some U.S. politicians and personalities already attracting millions of followers.
"We are a top second-rank power but, over the next half-century our small size and population make it likely we will be passed by the growth of other, far larger, countries."
In a piece for The Atlantic, Ezekiel Emanuel wrote in 2014 that 75 is a "pretty good age to aim to stop."
A picture of the meeting on November 10, 2016 was posted on the former vice president's now archived Obama administration Twitter account.
Joe Manchin also said he would not vote with his party on ending the filibuster.
It's "illegal for broadcasters to intentionally distort the news, and the FCC may act on complaints if there is documented evidence of such behavior from persons with direct personal knowledge," the FCC guide states.