U.S. Election 2020: Joe Biden Celebrated His Triumph At Delaware |

On November 8, 2020, Joe Biden had achieved the victory in the U.S. Election 2020 Presidential race to hold the key to the White House.

Biden has been elected as the new president of the United States of America and Kamala Harris will become the first female nominated as a Vice President.

It is a splendid victory for the Democrats by gaining 290 electoral votes against the Republicans 214.

They are declared victorious in crucial states like Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Arizona, and Nevada.

The Democrats have gained equal seats of 48 with the Republicans in the SENATE.

The democrats have gained 215 seats in the HOUSE against 196 Republican seats.

On his success, he came out of the curtains, while scampering across the stage in joy and happiness to deliver his speech for the first time as U.S. President.

The five derivatives from his marvelous speech in his hometown, Delaware.

A New Era Has Begun With A New Tone:

He encouraged the struggle made by his party members, especially Kamala Harris.

He said by quoting his win, “On Eagle’s Wings.”,

“It’s long overdue, and we’re reminded tonight of all those who fought so hard for so many years to make this happen.”

He also praised the nation for their efforts while facing the darkest moments in U.S. history — ‘a deadly pandemic, economic decline, and political polarization’.

All of his speech lines were magnificent. But these lines will always be remembered.

“Let this grim era of demonization in America begin to end here and now.”

‘President Who?’:

He indicated the former president, Donald trump only once in his speech of almost 17 minutes.

He also overlooked the fact that Mr. Trump has put relegation on the legitimacy of the election in the court.

He said,

“To those who voted for President Trump, I understand your disappointment tonight.”

By acknowledging his failures in history, he said,

“I’ve lost a couple of elections myself. But now, let’s give each other a chance.”

He also cleared himself that his victory is no uncertain terms.

“They have delivered us a clear victory. A convincing victory. A victory for ‘We the People.’ We have won with the most votes ever cast for a presidential ticket in the history of this nation — 74 million.”

Priority — The Pandemic:

He also admitted the truth that there is no doubt about the on-going pandemic which had taken millions of lives, which Trump had not.

In January, after getting into the office, he promised that he would work, in collaboration with Mr. Harris, on this pandemic and will give it the highest priority.

“We cannot repair the economy, restore our vitality or relish life’s most precious moments — hugging a grandchild, birthdays, weddings, graduations, all the moments that matter most to us — until we get this virus under control.”

He would also call a committee on Monday, consisting of highly qualified scientists and doctors to encounter this issue.

In the end, he summed up his speech by saying,

“I pledge to be a president who seeks not to divide, but to unify — who doesn’t see red and blue states, but the United States.”

Trump disavows the election results:

Donald Trump didn’t accept his defeat because according to him, it was the outcome of a rigged election.

Although, he couldn’t prove his words with evidence and has filed up a case in the court to check out about the transparency of the results.

He said,

“The American People are entitled to an honest election: that means counting all legal ballots, and not counting any illegal ballots.”

Originally published at https://thenewsloop.com on November 11, 2020.



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