Kamala Harris is going to become the first black vice president in the history of the United States. The first female vice president and her running mate Joe Biden has win 290 electoral votes and going to live in the White House for the next four years.
One thing you should know that there is only 270 electoral votes are required to become a president and Joe Biden has 290 electoral votes, so it is safe to say that Joe Biden had a great victory in the US election 2020.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump won’t concede US election and said in his statement, that he is going to challenge the presidential results 2020 in the Supreme Court. Donald Trump further said that, “the elections isn’t yet over, the competition is still going on”
Donald Trump said in his group discussion that, “media and journalist is making false propaganda against him and his party”.
KAMALA HARRIS THE FIRST BLACK VICE PRESIDENT:
After winning the US election 2020, Kamala Harris shared her video in her tweet in which she congratulates Joe Biden for becoming the president.
The mother of Kamala Harris was from India and the Father of Kamala Harris was from Jamaica. Her mother came here to work as a biologist and her father came here to study.
JOE BIDEN VIEWS ON KAMALA HARRIS:
On August 11′ Joe Biden select Kamala Harris as his running mate. We will show joe Biden views about Kamala Harris in one tweet:
KAMALA HARRIS, A STRONG LADY:
Kamala Harris is a very strong lady, according to her, she is the first but not the last lady in this office. She also served as a prosecutor in California. She had given her time in a court as a tough questioner. She is the first female Vice President of the US who described herself as a “progressive prosecutor” and keeping with her, it’s a false opinion to select between supporting the police and advocating for greater scrutiny of enforcement.
In the CNN interview, she said that ” black girls like her can run for the class president and black girls like her can do any big thing in life
Kamala Harris was born in California, in 1964. Her mother was a breast cancer researcher and her father was a professor of economics in America. In 1972, her parents got divorced. She is a lady who had faced many ups and down in her life.