Iran’s Supreme Leader mocks US presidential election and democracy

Iran’s supreme leader has mocked the U.S presidential election and democracy, describing it as a spectacle.

Iran’s Supreme Leader mocks US presidential election and democracy

There is tension in both camps, as no one can clearly state they have already won the tight presidential poll.

Joe Biden has expressed confidence that he will win the election and has enough states in the bag to reach the magic number of 270 electoral votes.

His statement came as he was projected to win the critical battleground states of Michigan and Wisconsin, taking his tally to 253. He also holds narrow leads in swing states of Nevada and Arizona, while President Donald Trump leads in Pennsylvania, Georgia and North Carolina.

A ‘supporter’ of Donald Trump had earlier today stormed a press conference in Nevada to accuse the Democrat of ‘stealing the election.’

The Iranian Supreme leader has described the election as a “spectacle” which will be “interesting to watch” in a tweet shared on Wednesday,

He added that it has exposed the reality of US democracy. See what he wrote below;

“What a spectacle!

“One says this is the most fraudulent election in US history. Who says that? The president who is currently in office.

“His rival says Trump intends to rig the election! This is how #USElections & US democracy are.”

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