Sky News presenter Alan Jones supports Donald Trump at the conference...

Released: 22:24 GMT, 4. November 2020 | Updated: 22:43 GMT, 4. November 2020

Sky News host Alan Jones threw his support behind Donald on Wednesday as the votes were counted in the White House race.

The former radio host and Wallabies coach, 79, supported the president during a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Sydney.

“Apart from Trump, all Western leadership fails,” he told the crowd at the right-wing event, where attendees were dressed in red, white and blue and held banners in support of the president.

Sky News host Alan Jones (pictured) threw his support behind Donald Trump on Wednesday as the votes were counted in the White House race

Jones also railed about the erosion of conservative values, claiming a ‘A major indoctrination of our schools was ongoing.

He said the political left was “on the rise” adding: “At the moment we’re only getting hit by a bus, but a concrete truck is coming down the street. ‚

Jones was accompanied by Liberal Senators Jim Molan, Eric Abetz, Alex Antic, and Liberal MP Craig Kelly.

Former Vice President Joe Biden almost declared election victory Thursday morning after winning Wisconsin and Michigan when President Trump shouted fraud and tried desperately to undermine the results.

CNN called Michigan to Biden and gave him an additional 16 votes for the electoral college, earning him 264 votes – just 6 of the 270 he needs to claim the White House. He won with around 67,000 votes.

Nevada, North Carolina, Georgia, and Pennsylvania all remain in the game.

Trump can only win now if he takes them all. It is ahead with 76,000 votes in North Carolina, 67,000 votes in Georgia and 319,377 votes in Pennsylvania.

Donald Trump declared the election victory on Wednesday at 2:30 a.m. Eastern time, although many votes were still counted. He has vowed to go to the Supreme Court to challenge what he has previously considered

Donald Trump declared the election victory on Wednesday at 2:30 a.m. Eastern time, although many votes were still counted. He has vowed to go to the Supreme Court to challenge what he has previously considered

Donald Trump declared the election victory on Wednesday at 2:30 a.m. Eastern time, although many votes were still counted. He has vowed to go to the Supreme Court to challenge what he previously called “fraud”

He has to win all three plus Nevada – where Biden is at the top with 8,000 votes – to win. All Biden needs now is Nevada or one of the others.

On Wednesday afternoon, when his chances of winning dwindled, the Trump campaign in Pennsylvania won, although 15 percent of the vote was still up until Friday.

He also requested a recount in Wisconsin and filed lawsuits in Michigan and Pennsylvania to stop the count. He claimed his people were not allowed to oversee the process and make sure it was carried out fairly.

At a press conference, Biden was not concerned about Trump’s recent efforts to reduce the likelihood of a second term.

“After a long night of counting, it is clear that we are winning enough states to win the presidency. I’m not here to declare we won, but I’m here to report that when the count is over, we believe we will be the winners.

‘We won Wisconsin by 20,000 votes. In Michigan we’re leading with over 35,000 votes and it’s growing. We have a much larger margin than Trump won in Michigan in 2016.

‘Michigan will complete its voting soon. I feel very good about Pennsylvania. Virtually all of the remaining ballot papers to be counted are cast in the mail, and we won 78% of the votes by mail in PA.

‘We flipped Arizona and the 2nd Ward in Nebraska. We won the majority of Americans and every clue is that the majority will grow.

‘Senator Harris and I are well on our way to winning more votes than any ticket in the history of this country – over 70 million votes. I am very proud of our campaign, ”he said.

Joe Biden almost claimed election victory on Wednesday afternoon when he said he was

Joe Biden almost claimed election victory on Wednesday afternoon when he said he was

Joe Biden almost claimed election victory on Wednesday afternoon when he said he was “confident” that he would win the White House after taking Michigan and Wisconsin. He is pictured at his side with his run mate Kamala Harris

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