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Donald Trump and Joe Biden are seemingly each confident of victory in the US presidential election, even as the outcome hangs in the balance with both sides embroiled in a legal fight over votes.
Vote counting is still going on in crucial battleground states that will decide the election.
Projected wins in the Rust Belt states of Michigan and Wisconsin have inched Joe Biden closer to victory, but as results trickle in, Donald Trump has challenged vote counts in key states.
Newsnight’s US Correspondent David Grossman reports from Pennsylvania and Emily Maitlis is joined by Michigan’s Secretary of State, Jocelyn Benson, and Donald Trump’s former director of Communications, Bryan Lanza.