US President’s Race: ABC election analyst Antony Green falsely declares a...

Released: 00:35 GMT, 5. November 2020 | Updated: 02:10 GMT, 5. November 2020

ABC election analyst Antony Green almost announced a result for North Korea while also providing an update on the US president’s race.

The longtime campaign expert was close to the end of a marathon election census, briefing on American electoral college coverage of ABC coverage, before making further predictions for Planet America later that night.

Long haul live television took its toll shortly after 9:30 p.m. on Wednesday as Green explored President Donald ’s narrow path to re-election by pointing to an interactive map.

“Because of the loss of Arizona, Donald Trump needs Georgia, North Carolina – I almost said North Korea,” Green said.

The ABC election analyst almost falsely declared a result for North Korea when it gave an update on the US president’s race. Antony Green had been on the ABC news all afternoon, providing information on the number of American electoral colleges, before giving further forecasts for Planet America later that night

Moments earlier, Green verbally mistook the safe Republican state of Missouri for the northern battlefield state of Michigan before correcting himself.

“If Joe Biden wins Wisconsin and Missouri – sorry Michigan – it’s a long day,” he said.

John Barron, co-host of Planet America, sympathized with his fatigue.

“Antony, thank you very much for staying up after a long day. We really appreciate that, ”he said.

Democratic challenger Joe Biden was close to winning the 2020 presidential election on Thursday afternoon in Australian time. TV stations called Wisconsin and Michigan for him, which would give the former vice president the 270 votes necessary to win the electoral college.

Democratic challenger Joe Biden is now the favorite to win the 2020 presidential election, with American television networks Wisconsin and Michigan calling for him, which would give the former vice president the 270 votes necessary to barely win the electoral college

Democratic challenger Joe Biden is now the favorite to win the 2020 presidential election, with American television networks Wisconsin and Michigan calling for him, which would give the former vice president the 270 votes necessary to barely win the electoral college

Democratic challenger Joe Biden is now the favorite to win the 2020 presidential election, with American television networks Wisconsin and Michigan calling for him, which would give the former vice president the 270 votes necessary to barely win the electoral college

“After a long night of counting, it is clear that we are winning enough states to win the presidency,” he said on Wednesday, American time.

“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. ‚

President Donald Trump was the first incumbent Republican to lose Arizona since Herbert Hoover in 1932 at the height of the Great Depression.

President Donald Trump was the first incumbent Republican to lose Arizona since Herbert Hoover in 1932 at the height of the Great Depression.

President Donald Trump was the first incumbent Republican to lose Arizona since Herbert Hoover in 1932 at the height of the Great Depression.

Mr Biden and his runmate Kamala Harris also nearly promoted Georgia, which the Democrats have not won since Bill Clinton’s re-election in 1996, and neighboring North Carolina.

They flipped over Arizona, a state the Democrats had won only twice since World War II, with Harry Truman in 1948 and Clinton in 1996, making President Trump the first Republican to have him since Herbert Hoover in 1932 Great Depression lost.

President Trump appears to have held Ohio and Florida, which would make Mr Biden the first candidate to win the election without winning these traditional Bellwether states since Democrat John Kennedy narrowly defeated incumbent Republican Vice President Richard Nixon in 1960.

The 2020 election result amid a coronavirus pandemic is also the closest race since 2000, when Texas Republican governor George W. Bush was elected despite losing the referendum by half a million to Democratic Vice President Al Gore.

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