President Trump is leading in Georgia by only 463 votes with 2,448,232 or 49.4% of the vote counted.
On the other hand, Democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden's 49.4% or 2,447,769 votes have counted.
Clayton County in Georgia has just 3,500 of its 30,000 mail-in and provisional ballots left to count, the director of the county's board of elections, Shauna Dozier, told CNN.
Three days after the election, votes are still being counted and the uncertainty goes on. It is still too early to project the winner as Donald Trump and Joe Biden are neck and neck in the US election 2020.
Biden currently has 264 electoral votes, while Trump has 214. Each candidate needs to reach 270 electoral votes to win the presidency.
All eyes are on the key states- Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, North Carolina and Nevada.