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Donald Trump Joins Joe Biden To Secure His Party's Presidential Candidature.

 Donald John Trump has reached the 1,215 delegates needed for the Republican presidential nomination, after contests were held in

Georgia, Mississippi, Washington and Hawaii on Tuesday, NBC News is reporting.

Trump has secured enough delegates to become the Republican presumptive nominee for the third consecutive election.

With sufficient delegates won to secure the Democratic Party's nomination, he now faces off against Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. as his party's presumed presidential candidate. It suggests that later this year, the current president is expected to face Trump in a rematch of the 2020 election.The same two candidates will be running in consecutive elections for the first time since 1956. Political and cultural divisions in the nation will most likely deepen over the eight-month presidential campaign. Trump earned the nomination after defeating his primary opponents in Georgia, Hawaii, Mississippi, and Washington on Tuesday.

Biden, too, had no competition in his primary opponents. After winning the nomination, he issued a statement saying, "Voters now have a choice concerning the destiny of this country.

"Will we protect our democracy or allow others to tear it down? Will we restore and safeguard our liberties, or will fanatics take them away? Will we finally make the wealthiest pay their due share of taxes, or will we let corporate greed run wild on the backs of the middle class?"

Correspondent Mike Memoli, the result was "not surprising" given that the current president was running against "token opposition" including California Governor Gavin Newsom and Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer who chose not to challenge Biden, who had previously defeated his predecessor.

Trump launched a fresh assault on the president's age prior to the election, speculating that Biden would be the Democratic contender. Regarding, among other things, his treatment of private information and his attempt to sabotage the 2020 presidential election, Trump is being charged with 91 felonies in four separate criminal cases.His ambitions regarding policy and his associations with some of the most dangerous tyrants in the world have also brought him under more scrutiny. Furthermore, Joe Biden, 81, is making an effort to convince a voter who may be hesitant that he is still mentally and physically capable of succeeding in one of the hardest jobs in the world.He is also dealing with dissatisfaction among his party's progressive base, which is upset that he has not done more to halt Israel's assault against Hamas in Gaza.

Biden arrived on Tuesday with 102 delegates less than the 1,968 required to become the probable Democratic nominee. At the Republican National Convention last summer, Trump fell 137 delegates shy of the 1,215 required to secure the nomina


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