US election 2020 Joe Biden is the new President of United States of America defeated Donald Trump :
Democrat Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump and is projected to become the 46th president of the us on Saturday,
as per AP tally, positioning himself to steer a nation gripped by historic pandemic and a confluence of economic and social turmoil.
His victory came after quite three days of uncertainty as election officials sorted through a surge of mail-in votes that delayed the processing of some ballots.
Biden crossed 270 body votes with a win in Pennsylvania.
Biden, 77, staked his candidacy less on any distinctive political ideology than on galvanizing a broad coalition of voters round the notion,
that Trump posed an existential threat to American democracy.
The strategy proved effective, leading to pivotal victories in Michigan and Wisconsin also as Pennsylvania, onetime Democratic bastions that had flipped to Trump in 2016.
Joe Biden won the US election and the electoral votes in favour of job done is 284 and Donald Trump only able to get 214 electrical votes.
Joe Biden should thank Pennsylvania because of victory in the Pennsylvania Leads Joe Biden to the chair of the president of United State.
Former Vice President of Barack Obama Joe Biden is the Democratic candidate for the 2020 presidential race.
Biden is a graduate of Syracuse University College of Law. Passed the Delaware Bar Exam after graduation. He practiced for a while, as well as running for county council and eventually for the U.S. Senate.
While in the U.S. Senate, Biden served on the Judiciary and Foreign Relations Committees and experienced envy in matters of law and national security.
If Biden wins the election on November 3, 1978, he will be the oldest president to hold the office. Having served six terms in the U.S. Senate and twice as vice president, he brings with him a lion’s share of experience.
Against the backdrop of the global crisis, Biden is considering taking advantage of his government experience against President Trump’s lack of service before accepting the presidency.
While Biden has eight years of Obama policy experience to add to his appeal,
his involvement in the Affordable Care Act stood out in times of healthcare crisis.
The former vice president lost his first wife and a daughter in a car accident in 1972, and
in 2015 he lost a son to brain cancer. He is often cited as the reason why public, affordable health care is ‘personal’ to him.
Kamala Harris is now the Vice President of United States of America :
California Senator and former presidential candidate Kamala Harris made history when she was elected Vice President of the United States.
She will be the first woman to be sworn in as vice president, the first black woman, the first Indian-American woman and the first daughter of an immigrant.
This is going to be a milestone for a nation in the face of a long history of racial injustice. During her campaign, Ms. Harris has faced both racist and sexist attacks, including from President Trump, who has refused to name her.
The 56-year-old daughter of Jamaica’s father and Indian mother, Ms. Harris, represents the future of a nation that grows ethnically diverse every year – even if the voter chooses for the ticket, the person is 77 years old – the old white man.
President-elect Joseph R. She led a more vigorous campaign race than Biden Jr.,
including at the stage of debate and elsewhere with the gift of escaping moments of raw political power.
Former San Francisco District Attorney, Ms. Harris was elected the first black woman to serve as attorney general in California.
When she was elected to the US Senate in 2016, she became the second black woman in the chamber’s history. Almost immediately,
she made a name for herself in Washington with her scattered campaign style at the Senate hearing.
Ms Harris was seen as a potential front-runner for the Democratic nomination as she began her presidential candidacy in tribute to Shirley Chisholam, but left the race a few weeks ago before any votes could be cast.
Part of her challenge, especially in the progressive wing of the party, was the difficulty in reconciling the sacred events she had taken as California’s or Terni General with the current state of her party.
Ms. Harris nominated for the post of Vice President. Attempts have been made to make it clear that there is support for Biden’s position – albeit somewhat differently than he did in the early days.
And although she struggled to attract black voters and the women she expected at the time of her primary bidding
Harris With Biden’s running mate, she worked hard to reach out to people of color, some of whom she said felt she was represented in national politics for the first time.