Biden thinks he’s got “good results” on the Wisconsin primary

The official outcome of the vote is not expected until next Monday at the earliest.

Former Vice President Joe Biden believes he did well in the democratic primaries in Wisconsin, which took place against the backdrop of the Coronavirus pandemic.

According to the court’s decision, official voting results are not expected until next Monday.

“It depends on how many people come in, but I think I have a good result. But who knows. We’ll find out later,” Biden said on CNN.

On the eve of Tuesday’s vote, the former vice president had a big polling advantage over his rival, Wisconsin Senator Bernie Sanders, who is increasingly being asked to leave the race.

“I have a feeling that, for that matter, we shouldn’t have voted in person. All ballots should have been mailed,” Biden said Tuesday night.