Joe Biden supporters mock Donald Trump with raucous parties outside landmark Trump Tower

Joe Biden supporters have been mocking Donald Trump by hosting raucous parties outside his landmark New York tower after he lost the US Presidential election.

Jubilant crowds have been gathering in front of the luxury skyscraper to celebrate after Pennsylvania secured Biden the win for the Democratic Party today.

Biden supporters loudly chanted “no more Trump” and clapped and cheered, while cars honked as they passed the tower in the heart of Manhattan.

The celebrations follow the announcement Biden is projected to win the election and become the 46th US President, after taking the key state of Pennsylvania.

Murad Awawdeh, interim co-executive director of the New York Immigration Coalition, also posted a video showing the celebrations.

Revellers have been holding impromptu street parties
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He tweeted: “Join the party outside of #TrumpTower in Columbus Circle. #PartyinTheUSA.”

Photojournalist Gary Hershorn also shared footage, tweeting: “A party is breaking out in front of Trump Tower in New York City after Joe Biden declared winner of the election.”

Hundreds of revellers have also been holding impromptu street parties outside Trump Tower in Chicago.

Footage posted online showed rival groups facing off across the road
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They have been blasting loud music, popping champagne bottles, waving flags and cheering during the carnival-like atmosphere.

Huge groups have also been celebrating in Philadelphia, which proved pivotal for swinging the state of Pennsylvania behind Biden.

But tensions also look to be rising in the wake of Trump’s defeat.

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Rival supporters faced off
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Footage taken outside Four Seasons Total Landscaping in Philadelphia – where Trump is due to hold a legal press conference later – showed rival groups angrily facing off against each other.

A video posted on social media showed police in the middle, as rival supporters of Biden and Trump furiously yelled at each other across the road.

Biden, who was Barack Obama’s former Vice President, has now changed his Twitter bio to President-Elect after securing the 270 electoral votes needed to beat Trump.

Biden beat Donald Trump after securing key states
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In a statement, he said: “America, I’m honoured that you have chosen me to lead our great country.

“The work ahead of us will be hard, but I promise you this: I will be a President for all Americans — whether you voted for me or not.

“I will keep the faith that you have placed in me.”

Trump has threatened legal action and refused to accept the result
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But Trump has repeatedly threatened legal action and spread false conspiracy theories about the election.

He said: “The simple fact is this election is far from over.

“Joe Biden has not been certified as the winner of any states…

“Beginning Monday, our campaign will start prosecuting our case in court to ensure election laws are fully upheld and the rightful winner is seated.”