US Elections 2020: Civil War likely to be expected

Washington, 1st November: More than 90 million Americans have so far cast their ballots in the run-up to the November 3 presidential election in the United States.

According to the reports from Reuters, the US media say dissent and violent action are more likely after the presidential election.

The Washington Post writes that after the US presidential election, there is a strong possibility that differences and violent actions will flare-up. According to the newspaper, the possibility of differences is high because experts are expressing concern that the successful candidate will not be decided even several days after the election.

The newspaper added that President Trump’s tough stance when talking about the increase in arms sales, the growing activities of extremist groups inciting a civil war on social media and other leaders of the country, these issues have increased the likelihood of a tense situation arising after the US presidential election.

The US presidential election is scheduled for November 3, with incumbent President Trump running against Democratic candidate Joe Biden. According to several opinion polls in the United States, the figures indicate that Biden is more popular than Trump.

According to the latest report, more than 90 million Americans have so far exercised their right to vote in early voting, which is considered a record in American history.

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