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U.S. Election: 50 Cent mocks Trump as Biden maintains lead

At least 270 electoral college votes are required for either Mr. Biden or Mr. Trump to emerge as the president.

• November 6, 2020
50 Cent
50 Cent (Photo Credit: Los Angeles Times)

American rapper, 50 Cent, on Friday mocked incumbent American president, Donald Trump as Joe Biden of Democrat tilt towards victory.

The rapper posted a phony Time Magazine cover with a picture of Mr. Trump and an inscription that reads: “Time to go”.

“If the election keeps going in this direction, Trump is gonna need @IsaacWrightJr to fight his case. LOL”, 50 Cent said in another tweet.

Mr. Biden, who already polled 264 electoral votes, is tipped to win the hotly contested presidential race as he takes the lead in Georgia and Pennsylvania. 

A total of 270 electoral college votes are required for either Mr. Biden or Mr. Trump to emerge as the president.

Though Mr. Biden is yet to poll the required number of electoral votes, there are indications that he might emerge as the next president of America.

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