Democratic US presidential nominee Joe Biden is accompanied by vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris as he makes a statement on the 2020 US presidential election results during a brief appearance before reporters, in Wilmington, Delaware on November 5, 2020
The former vice president also addressed the Covid-19 pandemic situation and the economic crisis that the US is currently going through
Democrat Joe Biden said Thursday he has "no doubt" he will defeat President Donald Trump and be declared winner of the US election, insisting that voters remain patient and that the result will be known "very soon."
"We continue to feel very good about where things stand. We have no doubt that when the count is finished, Senator (Kamala) Harris and I will be declared the winners, So, I ask everyone to stay calm... The process is working," Biden told reporters in his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware.
Biden, 77, is leading Trump in the race for the 270 electoral votes that will put one of them over the top, with the Democrat's campaign asserting they believe he has enough votes to win in key battleground states that remain undecided, like Pennsylvania.