August 20, 2020

Joe Biden secures Democratic presidential nomination to challenge Donald Trump

After over a year, MHA orders pull out of over 10,000 forces personnel from JK

Washington: Democrats have officially named Joe Biden as their presidential candidate after several elder statesmen lauded the former US vice president’s leadership skills to challenge incumbent Republican President Donald Trump in November.
Two Democratic former presidents, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, and former secretary of state John Kerry endorsed Biden on Tuesday, the second day of the Democratic National Convention (DNC). Former secretary of state Colin Powell, a Republican, also backed Biden’s candidacy.
Biden, 77, became the Democratic Party’s nominee for the November 3 presidential election on Tuesday night in a pre-recorded roll call vote from delegates in all 50 states.
He said the nomination “means the world to me and my family, and I’ll see you on Thursday,” referring to his speech accepting the nomination on the final night of the four-day convention which is largely virtual, amid the coronavirus pandemic.
It is the honour of my life to accept the Democratic Party’s nomination for President of the United States of America, Biden said in a tweet later.

Share and Enjoy !

0Shares
0 0

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

x

COVID-19

India
Confirmed: 5,732,518Deaths: 91,149