Biden urges unity in victory speech after beating Trump

Biden urges unity in victory speech after beating Trump

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Wilmington: Democrat Joe Biden urged unity on Saturday and promised in his first national speech since winning the tense U.S. election and ending the turbulent and divided era in Donald Trump’s history. The United States will usher in a new day.”

After Biden jogged to the outdoor stage at his home in Wilmington, Delaware, listening to Bruce Springsteen’s voice, Biden conveyed hope and recovery to a group of cheering supporters and tens of millions of supporters on TV Information.

After an extremely painful election during the victorious coronavirus pandemic, a victory speech was delivered. However, Biden’s accent is not as proud as it sounds. Instead, he focuses more on changing the heart of this country divided between the Democratic and Republican parties.

Promising “not to divide but unify,” Biden reached out directly to Trump supporters, declaring “they’re not our enemies, they’re Americans.”

“Let’s give each other a chance,” he said, urging the country to “lower the temperature.”

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

Biden opened his eyes further, saying that he would “make America respected worldwide again”-referring to Trump’s tearing up of traditional diplomatic relations.

“Tonight, the whole world is watching America and I believe that at our best America is a beacon for the globe,” he said.

When Biden talked about the coronavirus that killed more than 237,000 Americans under Trump’s unstable leadership, Biden said that he would form a working group of “leading scientists” on Monday.

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