Saturday, October 31, 2020

US Vice- Presidential Election debate: Kamala give bad press on Trump’s COVID-19 protocols

In the light of the US Vice- president election 2020, Kamala Harris and Mike Pence debated on coronavirus predominantly. Trump hid the COVID updates knowing the deadly impact in regard, a democrate added. The senator remembers her mother Shyamala Gopalan an Indian origin, disclosing it was she who taught her to go ahead rather than sit and complain about the things during the time of problem.

USA Today’s Washington Chief Bureau Susan Page moderated during the debate. Harris has criticised the Trump administration over the handling of the coronavirus pandemic and said that it was “the biggest failure in presidential history”.

If doctors asked people to take the Covid-19 vaccine, she would be first in line to take it. However, if US President Donald Trump says they should” Harris replied.

The two candidates were separated by 12 feet (3.6 meters) and plexiglass shields, a reminder of the pandemic that has claimed 210,000 American lives succumbed to the disease.

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