First African woman to hold the position of US Vice President

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden chose Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate in the November 3 election.

I am honored to announce that I have chosen Kamala Harris, a courageous fighter and advocate for the weak and one of the best employees in the country,” Biden said when announcing Harris on his social media accounts to the Vice President.

Thus, Kamala Harris, 55, becomes the first African-American woman to run for a major presidential office in US history.

Kamala Harris, a California senator, had sought to run for the presidency before she abandoned her bid and supported Biden.

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