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Joe Biden Has Finally Captured His Lifetime White House Ambition, But Here’s 5 Things that Makes Joe Biden and Kamala Harris Historical Win in American History

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Joe Biden Has Finally Captured His Lifetime White House Ambition, But Here’s 5 Things that Makes Joe Biden and Kamala Harris Historical Win in American History

5 Things That Makes Joe Biden and Kamala Harris Historical Win in American History

After nearly 50 years in public office, and a lifetime of presidential ambition, Joe Biden has finally captured the White House. Former Vice President Joe Biden has been elected the 46th president of the United States after defeating incumbent President Donald Trump in an election that wouldn’t be forgotten in a rush; historic and complicated by potential legal challenges.

In what many considered a referendum on Trump’s handling of the pandemic and civil unrest across America, voters ultimately rejected President Trump’s disruptive leadership. The results have made several firsts in the history of US elections.

We have compiled 5 things that makes Joe Biden and Kamala Harris historical win in American history.

  1. The biggest Number of Votes

The 2020 elections received the biggest ‘turnout’ in the history of American politics, and Joe Biden now holds the record as the most widely acclaimed US President even with over 75 million popular votes. The previous record was by Barack Obama with 69,498,516. In 2016 Hillary Clinton has topped the popular votes with 65,853,514 over Trump’s 62,984,828 but the latter won the electoral college votes.

2. Oldest President to Take Office

Turning 78 in just under three weeks, Biden will be the oldest president to take office. His rise to the White House comes 48 years to the day he was first elected to the U.S. Senate.

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris

Joe Biden Has Finally Captured His Lifetime White House Ambition, But Here’s 5 Things that Makes Joe Biden and Kamala Harris Historical Win in American History

3-5 First Female Vice President 

When Kamala Harris became Vice President-elect of the United States, the moment instantly became a historic one, three times over. Harris, whose parents came to the U.S. from Jamaica and India will be the first Black Vice President, the first Indian American Vice President, and the first woman to serve in that office.

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