Biden tends to choose a black woman for vice president


Joe Biden will soon reveal the name of the candidate who will be the vice president of the United States if he beats Donald Trump in November, and black Senator Kamala Harris appears to have great chances to accompany the seventieth Democratic candidate in his race to the White House.
After promising to announce his choice “in the first week of August” after months of anticipation, the former US Vice President jokingly said that it was difficult for him to receive the candidates while the journalists were standing in front of his house.
However, his team is reviewing behind the scenes the last names competing, and communicate with them over the phone or over the Internet in light of the crisis “Covid 19”.
The epidemic has resulted in more than 150,000 deaths in the United States, in a human toll coupled with an economic recession and borrowed outrage over police violence and racism.
The list of female candidates has narrowed in recent weeks in light of the unprecedented sequence of events that accompany this election campaign. After a diversified, Democratic primary, the 77-year-old has vowed to choose a woman, who will be the first vice president in US history.
Since George Floyd’s death suffocated after a white policeman slammed his neck for about eight minutes, pressure has grown on him to choose a black candidate. Kamala Harris, 55, is at the forefront of expectations.
And Tuesday, the words “talented” and “great respect for her” were taken under the name Harris in Joe Biden’s notebook that he held in his hand in front of photographers, raising expectations about the California senator. The biography of this immigrant-haired woman from Jamaica and India doubles her chances.
The moment when the vice presidential candidate was chosen is very important for Joe Biden, a traditionally significant event in the context of US presidential campaigns.
Biden will be the oldest president in US history if he wins, and has hinted that he will not run for a second term.


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