By the time America was ready to start thinking about lunch on Friday, the sobering realities of the 2020 election had begun to sink in.
First and foremost was the fact that President Trump wasn’t going to be declared the winner – at least not until the Supreme Court gets involved some days or weeks from now, assuming that his most recent bluster is to be taken literally.
Secondly, we now knew that this split-decision had the potential to completely tear this nation in half, if the rhetoric was not properly managed during these times that are tawdry for some and tender for others.
On Friday night, as Americans are pondering supper, Joe Biden will take to the airwaves to deliver some sort of message, and we’d have to believe that it’s going to be delicately worded.
Democratic candidate Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris are expected to address the nation Friday night, according to a report.
Harris is expected to speak first at the 8 p.m. address, followed by the former vice president, a campaign official told several White House reporters.
At this time, there is no consensus on whether or not the campaign will attempt to claim victory during their airtime, especially as President Donald Trump and his base continue to insinuate that shenanigans are afoot in several key vote-counting operations.
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