in

US Election results 2020 LIVE: Trump “refuses to go to Biden’s inauguration”


Joe Biden’s maiden speech as President-elect praised

Politicians, actresses and sporting stars are among those who took to social media in the wake of Joe Biden’s maiden speech as president-elect of the United States.

Addressing a crowd in Wilmington, Delaware, Mr Biden pledged to be a president “who seeks not to divide, but to unify” as he dubbed his election win a victory for “the people”.

Former Tory international development secretary Rory Stewart was full of praise for Mr Biden’s speech, calling it “profoundly needed”.

He said on Twitter: “This is a beautiful speech – fluent, natural and focused on healing not division – deeply reassuring and profoundly needed. Thank you @Joe Biden”

His comments were echoed by Labour MP Dame Margaret Hodge, who said the speech was “Just what we need. Plenty of optimism, decency and hope.”

Former Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd followed a similar tone as he shared a video of fireworks going off in Brisbane, the capital city of his home state Queensland.

He said: “Celebrating last night in Brissie Joe Biden’s win. Or at least borrowing someone else’s fireworks for that purpose ?? A sigh of relief around the world today. A great and healing speech just now from the President-elect. God speed this new administration, both at home and abroad.”

Rory Stewart said he was impressed by the speech (Image: PA)





Source link

Friends, this isn’t the time to be complacent. If you are ready to fight for the soul of this nation, you can start by donating to elect Joe Biden and Kamala Harris by clicking the button below.

                                   

Thank you so much for supporting Joe Biden’s Presidential campaign.

What do you think?

Politixia

Written by Politixia

Leave a Reply

Avatar

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Biden Team Readies Plan to Fight the Virus, Now Surging at Record Levels

Collins-Gideon contest second most expensive Senate race in U.S.