US President-elect Joe Biden promised Saturday to unite Americans and searching for to heal divisions after what he referred to as a “convincing” victory over Donald Trump.
“This is the time to heal in America,” an ebullient Biden told supporters at an outside rally in his home town of Wilmington, Delaware.
“I pledge to be a president who seeks now not to divide however unify,” Biden said, drawing a sharp contrast to nearly four polarizing years of Trump.
Acknowledging the disappointment of Trump supporters, Biden said of them: “They are not our enemies. They are Americans.”
“Let this period of demonization in America begin to cease here,” Biden said.
“I sought this workplace to restore the soul of America, to rebuild the backbone of this state, the middle elegance, and to make America respected round the arena once more,” Biden stated.
Barack Obama’s vp paid unique tribute to the African-American community, pointing to its role in deciding on him because the Democratic nominee to project Trump.
Iden changed into visibly upbeat as he addressed the socially distanced crowd, racing to the podium after an introduction by Vice President-opt for Kamala Harris to the sounds of Bruce Springsteen’s “We Take Care of Our Own.”
“Folks, the people of this state have spoken. They’ve added us a clean victory, a powerful victory,” Biden stated.