Kamala Harris makes history as USA’s first female VP

Vice President Elect of the United States of America | Photo: Reuters

Washington DC, America – Kamala Harris, the Vice President- Elect of the United States of America has made history by becoming the first ever female Vice President of the country.

On Saturday, Kamala not only became the first female Vice President of the country, but also became the first ever woman of color, and the first Asian American to hold the position. She also the fourth woman to be on a major party’s Presidential ticket, and the only one to have succeeded in winning her bid.

Born to an Indian mother and a Jamaican father, Kamala ran in the 2020 US Presidential elections as the running mate of former Vice President of the USA, Joe Biden, as Democrat candidates, which both have succeeded.

In a tweet sent out just shortly after the race was called, a gleeful Harris said, “We did it! We did it Joe!”

She also tweeted saying that this election was “so much more than Joe Biden or me.” Exclaiming that there is a lot of work ahead for the both of them, she said, “lets get started.”

According to reports by the Associated Press, Joe and Harris won the elections with a projected total of 290 electoral votes, exceeding the 270 threshold required to win the race, while Trump managed 214.