It took quite a long time for media outlets to call the victory of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his running-mate Kamala Harris against President Donald Trump. But the news received a positive response across the world. The stock market responded positively just two days after President-elect Joe Biden claimed his victory on Saturday night, addressing an enthusiastic crowd along with Vice-President-elect Kamala Harris. He pledged to the nation “to be a president who always works to unify but not to divide,” projecting a contrast between himself and incumbent president Donald Trump. His unifying message, evoking former President Barack Obama got the highest of cheers: “As a president, I wouldn’t see blue states and red states, but only sees the United States,” Biden pledged.
He further added that he would work as hard as possible for those who didn’t vote for him as for those who voted. “The United States is shaped by a continuous battle between our better angels and our darkest impulses. And what our presidents say in this battle matters a lot. It’s time for our better angels to prevail tonight,” said Biden. Biden has been sharing his suggestions and plans after consulting the medical experts to combat the coronavirus pandemic for the past few months. In his speech, he said that he would name a group of experts as transition advisers to design a plan built on a bedrock of science to tackle the virus. Vice President-elect Kamala Harris took the stage after Biden’s victory message. With their win, Kamala Harris will be the first woman, first African-American, first Indian-American to become the Vice President of the United States.
She heaped praise for Biden for “having the audacity to break one of the oldest barriers of the country and selecting a woman as his running mate.” She added, “while I may be the first woman in the VP office, I will definitely not be the last. Because every little girl watching tonight sees that this is a country of possibilities.” Harris promised that she, along with President-elect Biden, would work together to tackle everything that’s troubling the country from COVID-19 pandemic to racism, equality, climate change, etc.Dr. Dhillon Randeep
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