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The US president visited Sterling (Virginia), near Washington, for the second day in a row on Sunday after the announcement of his loss to Joe Biden in the US presidential election.

The US president visited Sterling (Virginia), near Washington, for the second day in a row on Sunday after the announcement of his loss to Joe Biden in the US presidential election.

(AFP) – A distinguished golfer, the Republican president was already on the greens when the American media estimated on Saturday that Joe Biden’s lead could no longer be caught and that he thus became the president-elect of the United States in the ‘outcome of the November 3 election. Donald Trump did not recognize his defeat and says, without concrete evidence to support it, that the election is marred by irregularities.

On the journey from the White House to Sterling, Donald Trump could see Americans waving hostile signs as his procession passed. The day before, cheerful crowds had taken to the streets of major American cities to celebrate his defeat. Joe Biden, for his part, went to church Sunday morning in his town of Wilmington (Delaware). A practicing Catholic, he regularly attends mass.


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