How HuffPost Editions Around The World Captured Joe Biden’s Election Victory

With a victory in Pennsylvania, Joe Biden secured his win over Donald Trump, the first U.S. president to lose reelection in 28 years.

California Sen. Kamala Harris will be with him as vice president ― the first woman, Black person and Asian American to hold that position.

It has been a U.S. presidential election like no other, and global interest in the 2020 race to the White House has been unprecedented.

Here’s how HuffPost’s editions around the world captured the moment that former Vice President Biden became the president-elect of the United States of America.

Four days after the election, HuffPost makes it “official” for Joe Biden.



HuffPost Italy writes that it’s time to “Welcome Back America.”



HuffPost UK uses Donald Trump’s famous line from “The Apprentice” to mark his exit from the White House.



HuffPost Canada hits on the morning vibe.



In France, it’s Biden in, Trump out, on Le HuffPost.



HuffPost Japan introduces “the next President of the United States.”



HuffPost Brazil calls Biden the “most voted-for president in U.S. history.”



In Spain, Biden is “Mr. President” on El HuffPost.



HuffPost Greece welcomes the “46th President.”



HuffPost India calls Joe Biden as the winner.



The HuffPost Quebec edition welcomes “Mister President.”



HuffPost Korea marks Joe Biden as the winner.



HuffPost Australia writes that Biden will be the next occupant of the White House.