Summary

Joe Biden begins his 2020 victory speech by stating that his team has won a convincing victory, and he promises to work hard to repay the people’s trust in him. 

Biden then thanks his wife and his family for the support. He also mentions his future vice-president, Kamala Harris, who is the first woman, the first Black woman, and the first woman of South Asian descent to be elected to national office in America. He mentions that she and her husband have become close friends of his family, and he is honored to work with her. 

Biden then thanks those who volunteered during the pandemic, his campaign team, and everyone who supported him. He is proud of his campaign and the diversity of his team, which he believes represents America as a whole.

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