Newly elected US President Joe Biden has pledged to create a united America. He pledged in a victory speech from the state of Delaware Saturday night at local time, after his victory was confirmed.
“I promise to be a president who wants to unite without dividing the nation,” Biden said. Who does not see the red and blue states, only the United States.
He said that the people of America have spoken through this election. They have given us a clear victory. This is a victory of the people.
The newly elected US president said: “We have won the presidential election with the most votes in the history of this nation – 74 million votes. I am grateful for your trust and confidence in me.”
“Millions of Americans have voted for me,” Biden said. This is a unique honor in my lifetime.
“It’s our job to make that vision a reality,” he said.
Joe Biden recalled the contributions of family members, including his wife, children and grandchildren, to his current position. “It was not possible for me to reach this place, without the love and untold support of everyone in the family.” They are my heart.
You deserve special thanks from this nation – those who have participated voluntarily in this epidemic and who have fulfilled electoral duties.
My campaign team and all the volunteers today have had to do a lot to make this moment possible. I am indebted to them.
Meanwhile, in a statement in Biden’s victory speech on Saturday, Trump said he would not accept the rate; Rather continue the legal battle.
Trump said that the game is not over yet. Joe Biden has not officially won a state yet. It is the obligation of fiercely competitive states to review the fruit. We have legitimate legal challenges; Who can determine the ultimate winner.
Trump said the election law is fully enforced and the real winner is the White House; To confirm this, our expedition camp will take the matter to court on Monday.
World leaders did not wait to accept Trump’s defeat. Congratulations messages from various countries have already begun to reach the 46th President of the United States, Joe Biden.
In a post on Twitter, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson congratulated Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. He congratulated Orange Harris for his historic achievement upon being elected President of the United States.
Boris Johnson said: “The United States is our most important ally and I look forward to working with them on our common priorities from climate change to trade and security.” Mayor of London Sadiq Khan also congratulated. In a Facebook post, he wrote,. Congratulations to Joe Biden and Orange Harris for a fair win. London looks forward to working with you – now it’s time to move on, not on the walls. “
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she wants to work with Joe Biden on a “future partnership”. “The United States and Europe will continue to work together to overcome the enormous challenges of our time,” he said.
In a tweet, French President Emmanuel Macron congratulated Biden: “We have a lot of work to do to meet the current challenges. Let’s work together.”
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued a lengthy statement after the tweet congratulating Biden and Kamala Harris. He described the relationship between Canada and the United States as “unique” – “extraordinary in the world.” He said that the governments of the two countries would “work together to establish peace and unity, achieve economic prosperity and deal with global climate problems.”