What Biden said to Americans in his first speech?


Joe Biden's granddaughter

 During his speech, the President-elect sent a message to supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump, saying, "I understand the bitterness of the loss, I have experienced that feeling myself, but it is time to give each other a chance and listen to each other."

Americans face a battle to fight the epidemic, restore dignity and other challenges, Biden said in a speech, stressing that a team of transition advisers will be announced next Monday to develop a science-based plan.

At the beginning of his speech, Biden said the Americans had delivered a landslide victory, asserting that he had 74 million votes more than any other candidate in The History of the United States, pledging to be a president seeking unity, not seeing red states and a son, and to be a president that does not divide Americans.

 U.S. President-elect Joe Biden's granddaughter Naomi Biden shared a photo of biden and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, on her Twitter account, only to comment on the day of the Biden family's "11.7.2020" tribute.

Nbc News reported behind the scenes that Biden and his wife were outside when they heard applause coming from inside their home, where the family was watching news of his victory on television. The couple's grandchildren rushed to share the news that says to Biden: "Bob, Bob! We won."

Joe Biden's granddaughter posted a picture after receiving news of winning the U.S. presidential election

Naomi Biden is Joe Biden's eldest grandchild. She is the daughter of Hunter Biden and named after biden's deceased granddaughter Naomi Christina, who left in a car accident with her mother in 1971.

President-elect Joe Biden pledged to be president of all Americans, while his first female vice president, Kamala Harris, confirmed that she would not be the last, in two consecutive speeches in Delaware hours after they were declared the winner of the U.S. presidential race.

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