Kamala Harris slams Trump government on mishandling coronavirus, promises jobs, affordable care act and more under Biden’s administration

Kamala Harris spoke for the first time since the announcement of her being the nominee for Vice President’s post from Democratic party in the Joe Biden’s administration on Wednesday when she slammed Trump’s policies and openly defended Obamacare.

Kamala Harris said that once Joe Biden’s government takes charge, the government will create millions of jobs, climate change will be a real issue and will fight it and there will most certainly be an affordable care act among other such beneficiary initiatives.

“As Biden-Harris Administration, we will create millions of jobs and fight climate change through a clean energy revolution, bring back critical supply chains so the future is made in America, build on the Affordable Care Act so everyone has the peace of mind that comes with health insurance, and finally offer caregivers the dignity, the respect, and the pay they deserve,” she said.

She didn’t spare a moment to condemn and slam the Trump government in her first appearance as a Vice Presidential nominee. The 55-year-old- presented a long list of missteps taken by the current administration. “We’ll protect a woman’s right to make her own decisions about her own body, root out systemic racism in our justice system, and pass a new Voting Rights Act, a John Lewis Voting Rights Act, that will ensure every voice is heard and every voice is counted,” Harris added.

She bluntly accused Donald Trump of mishandling the coronavirus crisis. He called out on him being delusional as too demeaning the experts advice and going with what he thinks is right. “His refusal to get tested up to and running, his flip-flopping on social distancing and wearing masks. His delusional belief that he knows better than the experts. All of that is a reason and the reason that an American dies of Covid-19 every 80 seconds,” Harris said regarding Trump.

She further said that this administration has gotten more than 16 million people out of work, poverty crisis, there is homelessness afflicting black, brown, and the indigenous group. The crisis affects mothers, and so passes on to the children who survive in hunger.

“It didn’t have to be this way. Six years ago, in fact, we had a different health crisis. It was called Ebola. And we all remember that pandemic. But you know what happened then? Barack Obama and Joe Biden did their job. Only two people in the United States died, two, Harris said.

The democrat ended her speech by acknowledging how honored she is to be able to take this responsibility and that she is ready to get to work.

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