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Kamala Harris becomes first female US Vice President

Many firsts as the 2020 campaign concludes

American TV networks have finally called the democratic presidential Biden-Harris campaign as the projected winner of the longest bloody election ever.

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This officially makes Kamala Harris the first ever black, south Asian descent, and female Vice President in the countries history.

According to the Associated Press, the Biden-Harris Campain has claimed 290 electoral votes as the states of Georgia, Alaska and North Carolina are still counting votes.

It has been suspected that Cyberpunk 2077, the new Bond movie and the implosion of the Sun’s core would happen before the election would wrap up.

“It’s a history-making ticket, a repudiation of Trump, and a new page for America. Thank you to everyone who helped make this happen. Onward, together.”

– Hillary Clinton, former United States Secretary of State

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“To Vice President-elect Kamala Harris – thank you for inspiring us all by breaking down barriers of gender and race. What a great day!.”

– Julia Gillard, First Female Prime Minister of Australia 2010-2013

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The Trump-Pence campaign has only 214 electoral votes, shy of the required 270, but has so far refused to concede defeat and has remained on the message to take legal action.

Former Democratic Party names Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton sent their regards, as well as the rest of the world leaders including French President Emmanuel Macron, Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau all have congratulated Joe and Kamala on their victories.

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