Protest broke out across several cities in United States, as exit polls gave two key states to Democratic Presidential Candidate, Joe Biden on Wednesday.
Dozens of angry supporters of President Donald Trump converged on vote-counting in Detroit and Phoenize as the returns went against him on Wednesday.
In the State of Arizona, a crowd of Trump supporters gathered outside the Maricopa Country Elections Department in Phoenize after unsubstantiated rumours that votes for the republican President were deliberately not being counted.
According to the Election Poll with 86 percent of the estimated vote tallied so far, Biden leads with 50.5 percent compared with Trumps’ 48.1 percent.
Trump himself demised the election as a
fraud after the associated Press News Agency and Fox News called Arizona for Biden, and claimed he wanted to stop the counting of votes and leave the results to the Supreme Court.
Michigan Attorney General, Dane Nessel, a Democrat insisted both parties and the public had been given access to the tallying, using a robust system if check and balances to ensure that all ballots are counted and accurately.