Joe Biden fans descended on the streets of Washington D.C. to celebrate his victory over President Donald Trump on Saturday, joining massive celebrations across the United States after days of intense ballot counting in crucial swing states.
And as the now lame duck president arrived back at the White House following a game of golf in Virginia, he was greeted with loud boos and hundreds of middle fingers from Americans ready for him to get out of office.
Fed up passerbys also honked their car horns and hurled insults as they drove past Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump‘s DC home.
People could be heard screaming ‘He’s Fired’ and ‘Go Home’ as they made their way past the home.
People flash middle fingers towards President Donald Trump’s motorcade as he returns to the White House after playing golf
Demonstrators line the motorcade route of President Donald Trump returning to the White House
U.S. President Donald Trump returns to the White House after an afternoon of golfing, and following news he lost his reelection campaign
Several people held signs that read ‘Take Trump Down’ as they greeted the motorcade
President Donald Trump returns to the White House from playing golf and is greeted by middle fingers and boos
People react as the motorcade carrying US President Donald Trump returns to the White House
Passers-by shouted insults and honked their horns outside Jared Kushner and Ivanka’s home as DC celebrated Biden’s win
Two woman walking past the Kushner home caring signs that ready ‘Your Fired 2020’ and ‘Biden Harris’
Shouts of ‘He’s Fired’ and ‘Go Home’ were heard as the demonstrators told the couple to leave the city
A car driving by the Kushner home with a Biden signs and flags hanging out of the window
Biden supporters choked back tears of relief and hugged each other along Black Lives Matter plaza before huge crowds gathered outside the White House holding banners telling Trump ‘You’re fired’.
At nearby Dupont Circle, a street party broke out with hundreds playing music, singing, dancing and marching toward the seat of government where there will soon be a new president.
Biden was called the next president at 11.25am Saturday morning by television networks and the Associated Press, while Donald Trump played golf.
Thousands of people celebrate late into the night in Washington DC. A woman holds a sign of ‘Yes We Kam’
Supporters of President-elect Joe Biden gather near the White House to celebrate his election victory
People celebrate at Black Lives Matter plaza across from the White House in Washington, DC on November 7
A man wearing a Biden’s protective mask carries his parrot Colo Colo as people celebrate
Joyous celebrations erupted in Washington on Saturday after Joe Biden was declared winner of the US presidency, as several people poured into the streets of the US capital
Supporters of president-elect Joe Biden celebrate on Black Lives Matter Plaza across from the White House
People celebrate into the night after media announced that Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Joe Biden has won the 2020 U.S. presidential election
A man wearing a U.S. flag watches as people celebrate at Black Lives Matter Plaza
CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS, the AP and USA Today all made the call and Fox News followed suit 10 minutes later as votes in Philadelphia pushed his margin in the crucial swing state of Pennsylvania over the edge.
This took him to 273 electoral votes – over the 270 needed to win the White House race.
Trump refused to accept the loss, claiming Biden was trying to ‘falsely pose’ as the winner and vowing to keep challenging results he claims are a ‘fraud’ as he appeared glum on his return to the White House.
Celebrations took place in various cities across the United States. Trump and Biden supporters did clash in some cities on Saturday, as seen in Lansing, Michigan.
A Trump T-shirt is seen in tatters on the ground as people celebrate at Black Lives Matter Plaza
People gather in Black Lives Matter Plaza to celebrate president-elect Joe Biden’s win over Pres. Donald Trump
A man opens a can of beer and sprays it as people celebrate in the streets near the White House
Biden fans rejoice after the announcement that he secured the presidency
People dance in an intersection as thousands gather at Black Lives Matter Plaza near the White House
A man pours champagne on his head as he celebrates the announcement of Biden’s victory
People celebrate after media announced that Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Joe Biden has won the 2020 U.S. presidential election
Hundreds of people gather on Black Lives Matter plaza near the White House after news of Biden’s victory broke across the nation
A woman gets on a man’s shoulders among the crowd along Black Lives Matter plaza near the White House
A woman dances after spraying prosecco onto the crowd as people celebrate on Black Lives Matter plaza across from the White House
St. John’s Episcopal Church is seen in the background as people celebrate on Black Lives Matter plaza across from the White House
People wave Biden-Harris flags as they gather on Black Lives Matter plaza across from the White House
Hundreds gathered outside the White House waving Biden signs and banners reading ‘Trump/Pence Out Now’
A woman wells up with tears after hearing the news in McPherson Square where a fair vote count rally was going on
People gather in Black Lives Matter Plaza during celebrations for Biden
People carry a giant Trump inflatable along the Black Lives Matter plaza across from the White House
Two women hug for joy in McPherson Park as the world learns Joe Biden will be the next president
Celebrations have broken out across America with pedestrians dancing in the streets, motorists honking their horns and cheers filling the air as Joe Biden is named the next president of the United States
People react along Black Lives Matter Plaza as the media announces that Democratic US presidential nominee Joe Biden has won
People spray champagne into the air at Black Lives Matter Plaza as celebrations broke out across the nation