President Donald Trump has fallen behind since the results of the US presidential election were revealed. However, his chances are not over yet. Trump clearly noted that possibility by winning four swing states, including Florida. These states are Florida, Ohio, Texas, and Iowa.

Trump’s rival Joe Biden is ahead nationally, but so far he has only been able to win in swing states in Arizona. Arizona is known as Trump’s base, but this time voters have chosen Joe Biden instead of Trump.

The launch of Fox News says Democratic candidate Joe Biden has 238 possible electoral votes. Trump, by contrast, has 213 possible votes. But four states considered important in the White House race have provided some relief for the Trump camp.

A total of 13 states are considered swing states in the US elections. These are Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Texas.

Although there are 13 swing states, Florida is one of them. The total number of voters in the state is 29. Usually who wins in this state; He took his place in the White House. Only twice in the history of the United States has a victorious candidate been elected to the presidency. Winning the rest of the time in Florida meant gaining his seat in the White House.

“There’s still a lot of games left,” Biden told reporters on Tuesday. We are waiting. “On the other hand, a Trump adviser openly stated that the game is over as soon as Biden wins in Florida. However, Trump has finally managed to snatch victory in the state by dismissing that advisor’s apprehensions. In addition to winning Florida, Trump has been able to bridge the gap with Biden nationally.

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