05:03 GMT02 December 2020
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    While some netizens focused their attention on Biden's rendition of the phrase in question, others simply didn't appear eager to see him become the next POTUS.

    Having met with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) in Wilmington, Delaware, US presidential candidate Joe Biden has told them that they would have "plenty of sway in his White House", as the New York Post puts it.

    According to the newspaper, Biden ended up "butchering" a Spanish phrase: "mi casa es su casa" (your house is my house) while trying to get his point across, saying instead "in my Oval Office, mi casa, you casa".

    Quite a few social media users did not seem to be particularly amused by Biden's rendition of the phrase.

    And there were also those who didn't seem thrilled by the prospects of Biden becoming the next resident at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

    While Democratic candidate Joe Biden has been projected as president-elect by all major US media in 2020 US presidential election, his rival and current POTUS Donald Trump insists that he is the one who won.

    Arguing that the electoral victory was stolen from him via massive fraud and acts of impropriety on behalf of the Democrats,Trump has initiated audits and recounts in several states.

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