Senator Kamala Harris, who was in the race till last December, announced her support to former Vice President Joe Biden. The new endorsement will definitely give momentum to Biden after his rise in Super Tuesday primaries. In a video from her official Twitter handle, Kamala Harris spoke about Joe Biden and his service to the country over the years.
In her video, she said - “Hey everybody, so I’m here in Alabama. I arrived here to commemorate the 55th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. I’ll be walking across the Edmund Pettus Bridge again with John Lewis and so many great, great leaders and fighters. And you know, I’m just here thinking about all the folks who for generations have fought and died for our civil rights and fought to help our nation to achieve our ideals. And you guys know we still have yet to achieve those ideals, but one of the things about us is we are willing to fight to get there. So, I just wanted you guys to know because you have been supporting me for long. I just wanted you guys to know: I have decided that I am with great enthusiasm going to endorse Joe Biden for the President of the United States. I believe in Joe. I believe in him, and I’ve known him for a long time. One of the things we need right now is we need a leader who really does care about the people and who can, therefore, unify the people. I believe Joe can do that. I am supporting Joe because I believe that he is a man who has lived his life with great dignity. He is a public servant who worked for the best of the nation, and we need that right now. So, join me in supporting Joe, and let’s get this done.”Here’s the link to the video message from Kamala Harris:
.@JoeBiden has served our country with dignity and we need him now more than ever. I will do everything in my power to help elect him the next President of the United States. pic.twitter.com/DbB2fGWpaa— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) March 8, 2020
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