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Wisconsin recount: Biden declared winner ahead of promised Trump lawsuit

Wisconsin confirmed Joe Biden’s victory over Donald Trump as the president promised to fight election results in court.

All six key battleground states have now finalised their presidential election results, cementing Mr Biden’s status as the projected president-elect.

The Wisconsin Election Commission determined Mr Biden’s win by about 20,700 votes a day after completing a partial recount, and just hours after Arizona also certified its result in favour of the Democrat.

Mr Trump has vowed to file a lawsuit to overturn the results by attempting to disqualify up to 238,000 ballots, saying the Wisconsin recount was not about finding mistakes but finding people who voted illegally.

The Trump campaign has a five-day window to seek a recount or file legal challenges appealing the result, which was characterized by the Election Commission as a “determination” rather than a “certification”.

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