The Democratic candidate for the United States elections this year, Joe Biden, has presented who would be his vice president if he reaches the White House, as reported by Bloomberg on Twitter.
The selected one has been Senator Kamala Harris, 55, who has become the first black woman to appear in a presidential tandem in the United States.
“I have the honor to announce that I have chosen Kamala Harris – a fighter for the weak, and one of the best public servants in the country – as my partner in the elections,” Biden said on Twitter With social unrest over racial injustice and police brutality against African Americans rocking the country for months, Biden had been under increasing pressure to select a woman of colour as his running mate. She is also the first Asian American in a primary presidential candidacy.
With Harris, a California senator who ran on her own for the White House before ending him and backing Biden, the candidate gets a deeply seasoned policy that has already been tested by the rigours of the 2020 presidential campaign as they run. Towards the final stretch of the campaign. November 3 elections.
It is not the first glass ceiling that Harris would break, who as early as 2011 became California’s first female attorney general. Six years later, she became the second black woman to be elected to the upper house, and her harsh interventions in the early stages of the Trump Administration soon made her a nationally known figure.