The last few hours have seen a flurry of congratulatory posts for US President-elect Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris, who is set to become America’s first female vice president. Referring to Kamala Harris, actress Mindy Kaling tweeted, “Crying and holding my daughter,” she looks like us. “
Many congratulatory messages were in fact for Harris, for breaking the glass ceiling and becoming the first woman to become US Vice President. “Amma, we are delighted to welcome our new Vice President @ Kamalaharis,” wrote Padma Lakshmi, popularly known as the world’s top chef host.
Julia Lewis-Dreyfuss, famous for her role as Vice President of the United States in the popular series “Weep”: “Madame Vice President” is no longer a fictional character. “
“What a tremendous moment in the history of our nation!” Hollywood star Reese Witherspoon tweeted, adding: “Congratulations to our new president @ Jobiden and the first woman vice president of @ Kamalaharis in our history.”
Actor Josh Gade wrote, “It’s just starting to get boring. I really wish my friend dchadwickboseman would come here to see @ Kamalaharis become the first woman VP in history,” actor Josh Gade wrote.
Talk show host Lilisinh wrote: “Belle Bali Aunty GI !!! Congratulations to Kamalaharis for a historic victory! It’s time to post a video of the secret celebration I’m catching!”
Singer Alicia Keys posted: “Not Crowd but May Loki shed tears, we won’t let hatred win! When we show each other we win! There’s a lot of work to be done but I think we’re ready to show. For each other!” Let’s keep getting louder and stronger. Now the real work begins! મોટી Best wishes to Kamalaharis. “
“Pop superstar Beyonc પોસ્ટ, posted by pop superstar Beyonce, congratulates President-elect Joe Biden and Vice-President-elect Kamala Harris,” with a picture of Baden and Harris wearing masks and sharing a high-five under the American flag.
Singer Miley Cyrus wrote: “Now this is a party in the USA! @ Jobiden @ Kamalaharis.”
Actress-filmmaker Elizabeth Banco wrote: “I am so relieved. Congratulations @Jobiden I am weeping over the idea of @ Kamalaharis as Vice President of the United States – wow wow wow.”
“Madame Vice President! I’m crying!” Jesse Tyler Ferguson wrote.
“My VP is a black woman!” KK Palmer wrote. In a separate tweet, he added: “I am so inspired and really amazed to see and see a black woman in this position. I say black because presentation matters! In America I have once again found myself as a black girl for people. Like me. In a state of visible power! “
“Hurst Or Re,” wrote, “Orange is the New Black” star Uzo Aduba.
Actor-comedian Henry Winkler said: “Now we really have a President and a First Lady to be really proud of.”
“This is a good day for the country we love,” said Jimmy Kimmel. “Congratulations to Jobiden and Kamalaharis, and thank you to a lifelong Republican whose conscience would not allow this to continue. God bless America.”
“America! We have the opportunity to reset ourselves. Let’s get to work!” Actress Thick Pinkett Smith wrote.
Actress Carrie W. Washington shared with Shingt: “People have spoken! Thank you to everyone who used your voice and your voice to make history. President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.”
“Our 46th President, BJ Biden !!!! I was looking forward to posting this photo because I knew you would be our next president. Today we celebrate the millions of Americans who overcame obstacles in the ballot box, to their communities. Collected. And voted on a record breaking number. This was our election and we won together. There is still a lot of work to be done, but today we will celebrate each other, “wrote singer Demi Lovato.
Many celebrities claimed that Donald Trump had indeed won “a lot” of elections.
“No honey. You lost. Doing a lot,” comedian Chelsea Handler wrote, in pursuit of Trump’s tweet.
“My God, it looks like I just picked up a weighted blanket, cut off my bra and cut my extensions together,” said model Chrissy Tygan.
Singer Lizo commented: “Let’s work, America. It’s time to hold people accountable. It’s time to listen to them. And it’s time for a real change in our policies and practices.”
Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump to become the 46th President of the United States. Kamala Harris, who is preparing to become the Vice President of the United States, is a mother of Tamil descent.
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