Joe Biden’s 2020 victory speech is centered on the topic of unity and cooperation. The speech can be divided into two parts.

In the first part, Biden expresses his gratitude for the support he received from his team and family, and for winning the election. He also expresses his feelings of pride and honor and vows to do his best. He specifically mentions his family and his running mate, Kamala Harris, and her family. He also thanks his team and campaign volunteers, praising their diversity and their collaboration. This is common in victory speeches, and shows that the speaker acknowledges the people who have helped and supported him throughout his campaign. 

The transition from the first part of the speech to the second part is made through the ph...

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