'My mother believed deeply in America when she came from India': Kamala Harris

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By: Tanumoy Banerjee

Last Update: 2020-11-08 12:10:25 IST

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Harris and Biden face tough challenges ahead. They have won but like Trump says, 71 million people have voted for him, and a great deal of his votes came in from areas ravaged by the coronavirus.

Kamala Harris, usa's Vice-President-Elect, thanked the country's citizens, vote leaders, party officials and relatives in her first written testimony since her trip to the White House earned by Joe Biden. "Any little girl watching closely sees that this is a nation with possibility," Harris said to a massive applause. The mother of Harris, a key subject in her words, came here for great appreciation. 

"When she moved in from India at the age of nineteen, she could not have expected this phase at all, but she trusted so profoundly in America that it was possible to have a time like this, so I'm speaking about her," Kamala said. 

Kamala Harris emerged to give her acceptance speech in what's now America's most prominent parking lot with Wilmington, Delaware, in the red and blue flashing lights a limousine, the first indication that the world has changed from below Donald Trump — Mike Pence White House.

Earlier, while the joy swept over, Harris rose against the image of a green vastness and named Joe Biden to compliment him, a video clip that sparked up the Internet. If there was some exhaustion, it didn't appear at all the way Harris came on stage. 

Harris and Biden face big tasks ahead of them. They prevailed, but as Trump says, 71 million voters voted for him, and a lot of his votes come from places devastated by the coronavirus. In Trump's complaints, the electorate heard their own and stuck with him for the second time in four years.

Harris and Biden spoke at the drive-in gathering, which has become the mainstay of a movement shaped by the unusual complexities of the current pandemic. Fans stood on top of the buses, waved banners and light sabres, whoops of delight echoed across the night sky. Masks became widespread, in line with the emphasis of the public health initiative.

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