People are divided in the world that who will be the 46th president of United States Donald Trump or Joe Bidden.

This morning American’s election making headlines around the world Anxiously awaiting the outcome. Millions of Americans voted amid a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic to decide whether to re-elect Donald Trump, one of the most polarizing presidents in US history or to send Democrat Joe Biden to the White House.

Joe is leading Trump marginally in the overall Electoral College vote tally. But, things can change quickly.

There are currently 538 electors, and an absolute majority of electoral votes, 270 or more, is required to win the election. Right now Joe Biden has 238 electoral votes and Trump has 213 votes.

The intense jockeying for the states was overshadowed by Trump's extraordinary early-morning declaration from the White House calling for outstanding ballots not to be counted.

Earlier today, Mr. Trump prematurely declared victory in the election. He said: “We are going to the United States Supreme Court. We want all voting to stop”.

Trump suggested those ballots shouldn't be counted. But Biden, briefly appearing in front of supporters in Delaware, urged patience, saying the election "ain't over until every vote is counted, every ballot is counted."

Joe also said that "It's not my place or Donald Trump's place to declare who's won this election," Biden said. "That's the decision of the American people."

The volume of mail-in and absentee ballots has been larger in this election than usual because of voters keen to avoid the risk of catching coronavirus at crowded polling stations.

The Biden team added that they have legal teams on standby to resist any move by Mr. Trump to act on his threat to take a case against counting mail-in ballots to the Supreme Court.