From 'Biden wins' to 'You're fired!' This is how newspapers around the world covered the historic 2020 U.S. election win

Chris Hanna

It took days, but the U.S. election was finally called late Saturday morning with President-elect Joe Biden and his history-making VP pick Kamala Harris addressed the U.S. — and the world — on primetime television.

Newspapers around the world didn’t get to cover the momentous event in their Wednesday morning editions, opting instead for creative ways to cover a no-win election.

Sunday was a different story: As Biden won the key battleground state of Pennsylvania, and incumbent Donald Trump refused to concede, here is how newspapers globally marked the occasion.

All front pages via Newseum.

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