It’s a victory for ‘We the People’ of America: Biden
   Date :09-Nov-2020

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“I pledge to be a President who seeks not to divide, but to unify. Let this grim era of demonisation in America begin to end,” US President-elect Joe Biden said
PLEDGING to be the President of all Americans, Joe Biden has sought an immediate end to the “grim era of demonisation” in the deeply-polarised nation, as he and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris celebrated their historic triumph over Donald Trump in a bitter and closely-fought presidential election. “I pledge to be a President who seeks not to divide, but to unify; who doesn’t see red States and blue States, only sees the United States,” Biden, 77, said in his victory speech before a drive-in audience in his hometown, Wilmington, Delaware, nearly ending the uncertainty over the outcome of Tuesday’s election.
“The people of this nation have spoken, they’ve delivered us a clear victory, a convincing victory, a victory for ‘We the People’,” he said, referring to more than 74 million voters who backed him. Biden, who has succeeded in his third bid to the White House, thanked his supporters, saying he had earned votes from the “broadest and most diverse coalition in American history.” “I am humbled by the trust and confidence you’ve placed in me,” who will be the oldest US President when he would be sworn-in on January 20, 2021, said amid applause and cheers from the audience. Biden ran twice unsuccessfully for President - in 1988 and 2008. Noting that he ran as a proud Democrat, Biden said that he will now be an American President. “I will work as hard for those who didn’t vote for me - as those who did.
“Let this grim era of demonisation in America begin to end - here and now. The refusal of Democrats and Republicans to cooperate with one another is not due to some mysterious force beyond our control,” he said. The Democratic Party leader also reached out to disappointed Trump voters, saying he would act as their President as much as he would for those who voted for him. “I understand your disappointment tonight. I’ve lost a couple times myself. But now, let’s give each other a chance,” Biden said, adding that, “This is the time to heal in America.” “I sought this office to restore the soul of America, to rebuild the backbone of this nation, the middle class and to make America respected around the world again, and to unite us here at home,” the President-elect said.
The 2020 US election has been billed as one of the most divisive in recent American history. “We are not enemies. We are Americans,” Biden said. The mandate of this election, he said, is that Americans have called on them to marshal the forces of decency and the forces of fairness. To marshal the forces of science and the forces of hope in the great battles of this time. “The battle to control the virus. The battle to build prosperity. The battle to secure your family’s health care. “The battle to achieve racial justice and root out systemic racism in this country.The battle to save the climate. The battle to restore decency, defend democracy, and give everybody in this country a fair shot,” he said. Observing that he has long talked about the battle for the soul of America, Biden sought to restore it. “Our nation is shaped by the constant battle between our better angels and our darkest impulses. It is time for our better angels to prevail,” he said. Asserting that the whole world is watching America, Biden said he believes at best America is a beacon for the globe.
Biden assured Americans that his first task as President-elect is to get the raging coronavirus pandemic under control with a definite plan that will be “built on bedrock science.” The COVID-19 pandemic has killed more than 237,000 Americans and infected over 9 million others. The pandemic was a major topic of debate during the presidential campaign. Biden has repeatedly attacked Trump’s response to the pandemic. “On Monday, I will name a group of leading scientists and experts as transition advisors to help take the Biden-Harris COVID plan and convert it into an action blueprint that will start on January 20, 2021,” Biden said. “That plan will be built on bedrock science,” he added. “I will spare no effort” to turn the COVID-19 pandemic around, he added. Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris were joined on stage following their speeches by their families. Biden kissed his grandchildren and hugged his family as fireworks exploded overhead. A series of drones also flew overhead and made the shape of the US and “BIDEN.”