Biden visits hometown in Pennsylvania on Election Day; Trump says he's confident of winning election

3 years ago
바이든 '승부처' 고향 방문...트럼프 '대승 기대'

The two U.S. presidential nominees of 2020 had a busy Tuesday as Americans across the country cast their ballots.
Joe Biden visited Pennsylvania, calling for support in the swing state where he was born, while President Trump oozed confidence the White House will still be his when all is done.
Min Suk-hyen reports.
U.S. democratic nominee Joe Biden paid a visit to his childhood home of Scranton, Pennsylvania on Election Day.
There, he greeted a crowd who cheered from across the street.
"Hey everybody How are you? It's good to be home."
During his last hours of campaigning, Biden made his final appeal to voters, calling on his supporters in Pennsylvania to push him ahead in the race for the key swing state.
"It ain't over 'till it's over. We're going to win Pennsylvania because of you."
Biden plans to spend the rest of the evening in Wilmington, Delaware, where he will wait for election results, along with Kamala Harris, his vice-presidential pick.
Meanwhile, U.S. President Donald Trump made an appearance in Virginia and expressed great confidence in securing another four years in office.
Speaking to reporters on Tuesday, Trump said he and his campaign were feeling good about the elections this year.
He predicted big victories in key states, including Texas, Florida, and Arizona... which were significant for Trump in winning the previous 2016 U.S. election.
"I think success brings us together, we're gonna have a tremendous success."
"Texas, Arizona, a few of them are looking really very, very strong. Florida looking very, very strong."
Trump also touted that he had crowds like nobody had before, saying it means more votes for him.
He is now at the White House waiting to see if he gets to stay in the Oval Office for one more term.
Min Suk-hyen, Arirang News.