ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s Premier Imran Khan Congratulated US President-elect Joe Biden and vice president-elect, Kamala Harris, for getting elected in the US general presidential election 2020.
In a tweet on the other day, Saturday night 08-11-2020, PM Khan said he was looking forward to work with the American president on eliminating “illegal tax havens & stealth of nation’s wealth by corrupt leaders”.
Joe Biden overcame by adversity on US President Donald Trump in the US elections 2020 after the Democrat secured the state of Pennsylvania Saturday which got him 20 more electoral college votes, enabling him to cross the required 270 to touch 284 votes. Later, he won Nevada, which added six more score to his count, precipitating him to 290 votes.
Following the Pennsylvania result, Biden issued a statement, saying he is “honored” that America has chosen him to lead “our great country”.
“The work ahead of us will be hard, but I promise you this: I will be a President for all Americans — whether you voted for me or not,” he added
“I will keep the faith that you have placed in me.”
A person having moderate political views who promises to bring calm to Washington after four tempestuous years under Trump’s presidency, Biden is the oldest man to win US elections for presidency — a position he twice solicit unsuccessfully during his entire political career, before getting elected vice president to Barack Obama in 2008.
Biden is also Delaware’s longest-serving senator.
Throughout his election campaign, Biden had asserted that the “soul of the nation” is at a gamble, and has promised that he would seek to alleviate the US shattered by Trump’s presidency.