The Democratic challenger Biden defeated the incumbent Trump

Joe Biden the former vice President and the Democratic party candidate won the presidential election of the United States by securing 290 electoral college votes which is 20 more than the magic number 270 required to win. The battleground state Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes made way for Biden to overtake the Republican party nominee and incumbent president Donald Trump. After all the hurdles and uncertainties Joe Biden got the key to White House. Hence Biden who recently turned 78 will be the oldest and 46th president of the United States.

  • Kamala Devi Harris the senator of California United States and the Democratic vice president candidate becomes the first women and south Asian to hold the vice president post of United States. It is indeed a proud moment for India and all the Indian American’s.
    ” Your success is pathbreaking, and a matter of immense pride not just for your chittis, but also for all Indian-Americans” tweeted the prime minister of India Narendra Modi to heartily congratulate Kamala Devi Harris for her victory. Even Barack Obama, a strong supporter of Demoractic candidates congratulated both Joe Biden and Kamala Devi Harris for their success in the presidential election.

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