Washington DC: Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden addresses the American people tonight. He was declared as the nominee by the Democratic Party officially. The Democratic Party’s official twitter page gives the link for the address speech.
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Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. was the 47th vice president of the United States from 2009 to 2017. He started his political career in 1970 elected to the U.S. Senate from Delaware becoming the sixth youngest senator in American history. Biden was raised in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and New Castle Country, Delaware. He studied at the University of Delaware before receiving his law degree from Syracuse University.
“Joe Biden made me a better president. I’m asking you to believe in his and Kamala’s ability to help make us a better country. More importantly, I’m asking you to believe in your own and to help them, in this election and beyond.” tweeted Barack Obama, the former president of America.
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He also said on his twitter post “Donald Trump hasn’t grown into the job because he can’t. And the consequences of that failure are severe”.
Everyone is awaiting for the presidential address. The presidential address would be done virtually because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In the virtual convention held on Tuesday Joe Biden was nominated by the speakers representing each state and territory. Joe Biden and his family celebrated this through virtual party roll-call. This shows the responsibility of a great man to lead the people in each and every ways. Sen. Bob Caasey of Pennsylvania did so in front of Biden’s childhood home. Sen. Bernie Sanders and his wife Jane stood behind Vermon Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman as delegate totals were reported from Sander’s home state.
Kamala Harris also says that his ideas would eradicate and problems and bring back a good nation.