Mark Ruffalo, Alyssa Milano, Debra Messing react over Joe Biden edging forward to the White House


‘Boom!’ Mark Ruffalo, Alyssa Milano, Debra Messing react as Hollywood stars get excited over Joe Biden edging forward in the race to the White House

  • Mark Ruffalo, Debra Messing and Alyssa Milano were among the Hollywood stars tweeting their excitement at Joe Biden’s lead
  • Biden won the state of Wisconsin and is currently leading in Michigan, drawing him closer to a White House victory
  • However, these leads have prompted President Donald Trump to claim election fraud 

Mark Ruffalo, Debra Messing and Alyssa Milano lead the Hollywood liberals getting excited on Wednesday, as Joe Biden edged nearer to election victory after winning the state of Wisconsin and a significant lead in Michigan, which has prompted President Trump to claim election fraud. 

‘Boom!!’ Ruffalo, 52, tweeted as MoveOn declared Biden and running mate Kamala Harris the victors of Arizona.

An ecstatic Messing, 52, rejoiced over the news as she tweeted an article headlined ‘Joe Biden Is on Track to Win the Electoral College.’

‘YES HE IS!!! A record turnout, an enthusiasm never seen before, and when the last vote is counted we will celebrated President #Biden and VicePresident #Harris!’ Messing tweeted, along with a string of firecracker emojis.

'Boom!!' Mark Ruffalo, Debra Messing and Alyssa Milano lead the Hollywood liberals getting excited on Wednesday

‘Boom!!’ Mark Ruffalo, Debra Messing and Alyssa Milano lead the Hollywood liberals getting excited on Wednesday

Ecstatic: Ruffalo and Milano celebrated Biden's state victories via Twitter

Ecstatic: Ruffalo and Milano celebrated Biden's state victories via Twitter

Ecstatic: Ruffalo and Milano celebrated Biden’s state victories via Twitter

Meanwhile, Milano, 47, got straight to the point with her short message.

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‘We. Are. Winning,’ Alyssa Milano posted. ‘That’s all. That’s the tweet.’

Mia Farrow and John Cusack struck a more reserved tone as they announced Biden had taken the state of Wisconsin.

‘CNN projects: Biden wins Wisconsin,’ Mia tweeted. 

'That's all': Milano tweeted to her followers as the numbers continued favoring Biden

‘That’s all’: Milano tweeted to her followers as the numbers continued favoring Biden 

Withholding emotion: John Cusack and Mia Farrow struck a more reserved tone as they announced Biden's Wisconsin win

Withholding emotion: John Cusack and Mia Farrow struck a more reserved tone as they announced Biden’s Wisconsin win 

‘Biden Just won Wisconsin,’ Cusack posted. 

Biden is currently edging nearer to election victory after winning the state of Wisconsin and a lead in Michigan with just one percent of the vote there left to count, which has prompted President Trump to claim election fraud, demand recounts and even file lawsuits to try to stop votes from being counted.  

Biden won Wisconsin with 20,000 votes – a 0.6 % majority of 1.63million votes over Trump’s 1.609million. It gives him another 10 electoral college votes – bringing his total to 248 – and Michigan, which is also in his sights, would bring him another 16.

Biden is currently edging nearer to election victory after winning the state of Wisconsin and a lead in Michigan with just one percent of the vote there left to count, which has prompted President Trump to claim election fraud, demand recounts and even file lawsuits to try to stop votes from being counted (pictured October 2020)

Biden is currently edging nearer to election victory after winning the state of Wisconsin and a lead in Michigan with just one percent of the vote there left to count, which has prompted President Trump to claim election fraud, demand recounts and even file lawsuits to try to stop votes from being counted (pictured October 2020)

If Biden wins Michigan today, and Nevada tomorrow – as Democrats have done in every presidential election since 2004 albeit on a small margin – he will have reached the 270 electoral college votes he needs to claim the White House. 

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Equally if he wins Michigan today and either North Carolina or Georgia today, he will also have won.

As the vote counting continued, dozens of Trump fans in Detroit descended on a counting center, demanding to be allowed inside to oversee the process after he claimed that it was being done unfairly.

Biden is leading in Michigan by 37,000 votes but there are still 55,000 votes to count, meaning it is still very much in play despite 99 percent of the vote having been counted.

President Trump claimed election fraud, demanded recounts and even filed lawsuits to try to stop votes from being counted

President Trump claimed election fraud, demanded recounts and even filed lawsuits to try to stop votes from being counted



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