Trump’s & Biden’s Americas have almost nothing in common, tensions unseen since the Civil War
The indecisive preliminary result of the US presidential election and the expectation that its outcome may be decided in court clearly show how divided the country is. The American society is a broken one. The tensions over there have not been as high, maybe, since the Civil War more than a 150 years ago.
You have Biden’s America and Trump’s America, and they have almost nothing in common.
No clear victor emerged on election day, and it may take days before all ballots are tallied in a handful of battleground states. The incumbent president has already declared himself a winner and said he would have the US Supreme Court counter alleged “fraud” during the count. The Biden campaign called it “a naked effort” to steal the election by defrauding early voters and said its candidate would eventually win.