Government would face many challenges after Joe Biden was sworn

Kamala Harris, the newly elected Vice President of the US, admitted on Monday that the government would face many challenges after Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the US on January 20 and it would not be easy to deal with them. Please tell that Biden will enter the White House after taking the oath of office on January 20. The biggest challenge before him will be to repair the economy that is collapsing due to the Covid-19 epidemic. More than three lakh 98 thousand people have died in the United States due to Corona virus infection and millions are facing financial difficulties.

We have a lot of work to do,” Harris told reporters at an event organized at the NGO ‘Martha’s Table’ in Anacostia on Monday to mark the ‘Day of Service’ on Martin Luther King Jr.’s birth anniversary. These challenges will not be easy to deal with. Harris said, ‘We’ve discussed this before. Joe (Biden) has outlined plans for vaccination, relief to working people and families. We have a lot to do. Some people say that our goal is very ambitious. But we believe that we will be able to do it with hard work and with the help of members of the US Parliament. ‘

He said, ‘I am waiting to be sworn in as the next Vice President of America. I will head there with Fakhr and take part in the oath taking. Kamala Harris and her husband Douglas Amhoff were present at the ‘Martha’s Table’ event in Anacostia on Monday. During this time the couple packed food items for the people. Harris said, ‘We have come here to help the workers serving. On the occasion of ‘Day of Service’, many school students from Jack and Jill have come here. On this day we pay tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and remember his contribution. ‘

Government would face many challenges after Joe Biden was sworn
Government would face many challenges after Joe Biden was sworn

Harris (56) will take the oath of office on Wednesday. She will be the first woman, first black and first vice president of South Asian descent. Explain that in 1994, Parliament recognized the ‘Martin Luther King Holiday’ as National Service Day. In 2009, the then newly elected President Obama called upon all the people of America to participate in the program organized on the occasion of National Service Day. On the third Monday of January every year, Martin Luther King Jr.’s birth anniversary is held. Martin Luther King held non-violent demonstrations for the rights of blacks in the 1950s and 60s.