US President elect Joe Biden has once again been confirmed as the winner of Georgia following a vote recount by the Secretary of State.
The incumbent president Donald Trump trailed Biden with 12,284 votes, a number that is lower than the initially released results.
Brad Raffensperger, the Secretary of State noted how the recount had been properly been done portraying the real winner of the election.
He continued by thanking everyone who participated in the recounting exercise to complete the huge task in the shortest time possible.
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Biden’s communication team welcomed the good news saying it is a confirmation of what they knew already that their candidate was indeed the winner.
Currently holds 306 electoral votes against 232 that of Donald Trump and has become the second democratic candidate to secure a win in Georgia after Bill Clinton in 1996.
Trump is however adamant to admit defeat as he falsely claims he is the winner of the election making the transition process difficult.