Americans locked the grasp as the 2020 U.S. election started and brought international political landscape. More than 100 million ballots have tosses through early walk-in voting and mail-in ballots.
The Presidential rally has nearly come to an end. Furthermore, millions of people expect to lead the way to the polls before the cut-off at 7 p.m. Americans do not solely watch the U.S. election. It captivates all voters worldwide, as it will shape not merely America’s future but will give rise to other opportunities for other countries.
The campaign trails of President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden have discussed critical issues that objected to American voters, such as the release of potential vaccines and procurement, the racial wealth gap, and economic recession.
The pungent election anticipated civil commotion impact. As the world carefully contemplates election day, the world’s media start to hop to cover what other states compose as the 2020 U.S. election arrives.
Fight for America
Election Day led world politics scope through Europe’s news platforms and portals last Tuesday. They contain strong voting guidelines and facts that will help the voters weigh the two candidates’ existence. Despite the trade conflict between Europe and the U.S., they [Europe] strive to give unbiased information to avoid misconceptions and personal interest accusations.
Particularly in France, the headline of the editorial writer of Le Figaro newspaper, Philippe Gélie, “An American Suspense,” gives tension and enthusiasm to the world’s media. Similarly, the Italian Daily La Repubblica’s lead indicates that the world is waiting and America needs reconstruction.
The election marks the existence of various lead Senate rivalries, and that could bring a vast and new balance of power in the chamber of the newly elected U.S. president.
And to end their campaign trails, president Trump and Joe Biden have traveled and visited some key states such as Michigan and Ohio last Monday. The media is also putting a lot of attention to North Carolina and Pennsylvania. The endorsement also of the six former secretaries of the U.S. for Biden has affected the election day.