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The Hill 3 Oct 2020

WATCH: Kamala Harris makes impromptu stop at This Is The Place monument ahead of VP debate


Sen. Kamala Harris makes an impromptu stop at the This is the Place monument in Salt Lake City, UT on Saturday.

Sen. Kamala Harris makes a final Election Day push in Detroit, Michigan, stating that "we honor our ancestors by voting."
Kamala Harris makes history as the nation's first female, first Black and first South Asian American vice president-elect after she and Joe Biden are projected as the winners of the 2020 election.
As Vice-President Elect Kamala Harris has made history. She will be the first woman, the first black person and the first Asian-American to serve in the office.

There have jubilant scenes in cities across the United States as supporters celebrate the victory of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.

Some Trump supporters have also been on the streets, urging him to continue his legal battle to overturn the result.

Tina Daheley presents BBC news reporting by Nomia Iqbal on Kamala Harris - from Clive Myrie in Pennsylvania, the battleground state that carried the Democrats over the winning line - and from North America editor Jon Sopel in Washington.
'A good #testing and tracing system is the only way out of this #epidemic' , associate London School of Economics professor Clare Wenham says to France 24.

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