After one of the most dramatic elections in U.S. history, can Donald Trump find a way to win re-election as U.S. president?
Or, will it be former Vice President Joe Biden taking over in the White House?
Votes are still being counted and the outcome is coming down to a few key states. The result may not be known for days with talk of recounts and legal action generating lots of controversy.
Nathan King at the White House and Jim Spellman in Wilmington, Delaware have more.
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