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Kamala Harris nominated as Democratic vice presidential candidate – US elections 2020

California legislator Kamala Harris on August 19 formally accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination for vice chairman.

California legislator Kamala Harris on August 19 formally accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination for vice chairman.

She is that the initial girl of South Asian descent to get on a serious party’s presidential price tag.

Harris addressed the Democratic National Convention’s third night when former President Barack Obama warned that yankee democracy itself was in danger if President Donald Trump wins re-election this fall.

In a largely empty arena near Joe Biden’s Delaware home, Harris issued A pressing plea for voters of all colours to rally behind Joe Biden and realizes some way to vote despite issues concerning the pandemic and communicating slowdowns.

She says, “Donald Trump’s failure of leadership has value lives and livelihoods.” She says she shares Biden’s vision of America, “where all are welcome, irrespective of what we glance like, wherever we tend to return from, or who we tend to love.”

Kamala Harris's sister, step-daughter, niece to deliver speeches ...

After the speech, Harris waved and clapped as she was applauded by a screen of viewers. A smiling Biden walked out later on, standing a secure distance off from her amid the pandemic, and therefore the 2 were joined by their spouses.