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US Presidential Elections: the encouragement of Hollywood’s celebrities

Hollywood's celebrities take the field to encourage people in these days of great anxiety waiting the results of the US Elections.

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The results of the US presidential elections are getting closer. In these days of great anxiety, many Hollywood celebrities have taken the field not only to invite their fans to vote but also to encourage them to stay positive and to be patient.

US presidential elections: the race Trump-Biden

The race between President Donald Trump and Democratic Joe Biden has been hard since the counting began. From the beginning of the count, Joe Biden was in the lead but with a number of votes very little higher than that of the opponent.

One thing is certain: the canditate Joe Biden broke the record for the highest number of votes any other presidential candidate has ever won For this reason, in these days many people got anxious also for the Trump’s threat to go to the Supreme Court, asking that the counting should stop.

Hollywood’s celebrities engouragement

So, in this situation, Hollywood celebrities are urging fans to remain patient and wait for the results with a positive attitude.

The actor Mark Ruffalo, for example, reminded fans that everyone needs to be patient and let the votes be counted. He wrote: “Take a deep breath folks and remember the #RedMirage we won’t know in important states tonight.”

Also Lady Gaga took the field to reassure the fans, tweeting: “Sending love, hugs, and cheers to ALL the wonderful American Citizens counting ballot after ballot to make every vote count for us! You are warriors, representing the heart and soul of all the people!”

Charlize Theron made her support for the American’s felt but, at the same time, she wanted to celebrate the fact that Sarah McBride became the first transgender state senator in U.S history, sharing a tweet.

The Americans are still holding their breath waiting for the results. According to CNN, President Trump’s campaign is considering taking legal action in Arizona and Nevada as votes are still being counted. At the same time, other reports have said that Biden is just one step away from victory.

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