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Will President-elect Joe Biden change US foreign policy?
After days of uncertainty and a hard fought, bitter campaign, Joe Biden has been declared the winner of the U.S. Presidential election.
He says he wants to restore the soul of America and unite a deeply divided nation.
Biden received more votes than any other presidential candidate in history.
But he's appealed to the tens of millions of Americans who did not vote for him - to give him a chance.
After his victory in Pennsylvania, Biden is projected to have a majority of the Electoral College votes needed to win the White House.
110 days ago
PanaTimes is so incredibly biased in its coverage of the U.S. selection it's becoming impossible to take seriously. All you publish are stories supporting the controlled media narrative that Biden won the election. If you do not publish the truth, which is the election has not been decided, let alone the very obvious facts surrounding the widespread fraud that ostensibly gave the slimmest electoral margin to the Left, then you fail as a news site. You should then just label yourself a deep state propaganda organ, part of 'the mighty Wurlitzer' as the CIA used to call it. Folks. we are being used and abused, battered and beaten, so regularly by the same cheating organs of control that if we allow this to go on any longer people who see the situation for what it is are just going to leave the USA and let it devolve into the hellhole it seems destined to become. I highly suggest you listen to Legalman explain the situation better than I can here: https://the-quash.captivate.fm/episode/the-country-has-e-d-electile-dysfunction-bonus
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