[NFA] A Reuters/Ipsos poll shows Biden's choice of running mate, California Senator Kamala Harris, is more popular than he is with female voters, and even one in four Republican voters approve of Harris as a vice presidential pick. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.
The Indian American community has welcomed Kamala Harris being nominated as Joe Biden's running mate for VP. Indian American Kumar Barve said that Kamala Harris is going to be a strong asset to Joe Biden and said that Indian American communities are heavily democratic in their political leanings. Barve added that Harris is a very good fit for the ticket and lauded her for acknowledging the fact that she is of Indian origin through her mother. 'Emigrant communities come here, make the country stronger and take their turn in helping to govern the country,' Barve said. Another member of the community said that he believes policies of the Biden-Harris administration will be pro India and emigration and it will lead to a lot of goodwill by Indian American. “Indian American who have been here for years and now they are uncertain of their future. They may have to go back to India because of the policies of this administration,' said Suresh Chandra Gupta. Watch the full video for all the details.
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Democratic Party's Vice Presidential nominee Kamala Harris launched a scathing attack on US President Donald Trump. Harris targeted Trump over his handling of the Covid crisis and said that the President's failure to take the crisis seriously affected the US. She further said that Trump is the reason that millions of Americans are unemployed and added that the economy has taken the biggest hit during the Trump rule. Harris said that once elected, the Biden administration will create millions of jobs, fight climate change and build an affordable care act among various other strong initiatives for the welfare of Americans. 'Our country ends in tatters and so does our reputation around the world.' Harris said the case against President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence is open and shut as she mentioned a lot of sectors where the current administration has created a complete mess. Earlier, Trump had refered to Biden picking Harris as his running mate as 'surprising' and called her nasty. Watch this video for all the details.
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Indo-American and a practicing physician from Delhi AIIMS, Suresh Chandra Gupta said that he believes policies of Biden-Harris administration will be pro India and emigration and it will lead to a lot of goodwill by Indian American. "Indian American who have been here for years and now they are uncertain of their future. They may have to go back to India because of the policies of this (Trump) administration with no fault of those who came here they studied here and suppose to stay here and now if they have to go back its going to be big problem for them. I think policies of Biden and Harris administration will be pro India pro emigration and it will lead to a lot of goodwill by Indian American for this ticket," said Gupta on US Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden's Vice Presidential candidate Senator Kamala Harris.
Now presumptive Democratic vice-presidential nominee Kamala Harris on Wednesday came out swinging against President Donald Trump, but had an optimistic outlook for America, vowing to work "for the people."
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle purchased a new home in California. A representative for the couple told CNN that they recently moved into their new Santa Barabara, California home. The spokesman said the Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved to their new address in July of this year. In January, the couple announced that they were giving up their royal titles. The couple has kept a low profile since relocating to Markle's hometown of Los Angeles.
A police officer pulled a man out of the path of an oncoming train withseconds to spare, with the incident caught on her bodycam footage. OfficerErika Urrea was on patrol un the city of Lodi, California when she noticed aman in a wheelchair stuck on the train tracks.
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