Donald Trump speech: What time will Donald Trump speak?

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Americans have cast their votes and now the two candidates are hoping to reach 270 electoral college votes. The Democratic contender delivered a statement to his supports to say he is “on track” to win, but incumbent Republican President Donald Trump tweeted to say the Democratic party is attempting to “steal” the election. But when is Mr Trump planning to address the public about the US election result?

When will President Trump make a statement?

Mr Trump will make a statement tonight about the US election result.

He has yet to confirm an exact time, but will keep this article updated as details are revealed.

In a tweet on Wednesday, Mr Trump predicted he would win a second term.

He wrote: “We are up BIG, but they are trying to STEAL the election. We will never let them do it. Votes cannot be cast after the Polls are closed!

Twitter has placed a “disputed” label on his tweet.

The disclaimer reads: “Some or all of the content shared in this Tweet is disputed and might be misleading about how to participate in an election or another civic process.”

Twitter has also restricted how the tweet can be shared.

In a statement, Twitter said: “We placed a warning on a Tweet from @realDonaldTrump for making a potentially misleading claim about an election. This action is in line with our Civic Integrity Policy.”

Since polls across the US closed in the past several hours, 433 electoral votes have been called including:

  • Joe Biden: 220 electoral votes
  • Donald Trump: 213 electoral votes.

This leaves 105 electoral college votes left to call. 

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Polls closed in the final state of Alaska at 6am GMT just as Donald Trump was projected to win the key swing state of Texas.

Texas has the second-highest number of electoral college votes, behind California.

With 93 percent of votes counted and 5.6 million votes for Mr Trump, he has taken the 38 electoral college seats.

The incumbent Republican President has also won other key battleground states including Ohio, Iowa and Florida.

The following states have yet to be announced: 

  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Georgia
  • Hawaii
  • Maine
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • North Carolina
  • Pennsylvania
  • Wisconsin.

Democratic hopeful Mr Biden addressed the nation in Delaware.

He said: “We believe we’re on track to win this election.”

He added the party “feels good about where we are”.

He told the crowd: “It ain’t over until every vote is counted.”

Mr Biden also said he feels confident about the outcome in Wisconsin and Michigan.

He expressed hope for Arizona which is typically a Republican state advising his supporters to “keep the faith”.

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