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8 Nov

Pakistani celebrities react to Joe Biden and Kamala Harris winning the 2020 Election

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The world is celebrating Joe Biden’s historic win over Donald Trump as well as the fact that Kamala Harris will be sworn in as USA’s first female vice-president. Kamala Harris is the face of change, as she steps in as the first black woman and first South Asian-American to ascend to the White House. What changes are in store for the world are yet to be seen but what we do see is an overall sense of relief and euphoria for having a man accused of racism, sexism, bigotry and much more removed from a position of power that effects the whole world.

People from all over the world, from all walks of life, have been congratulating Joe Biden  and Kamala Harris.

 

 

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan was amongst all the world leaders to have congratulated the Democrats.

“Look forward to President Elect Biden’s Global Summit on Democracy & working with him to end illegal tax havens & stealth of nation’s wealth by corrupt ldrs. We will also continue to work with US for peace in Afghanistan & in the region,” he tweeted on Saturday.

 

 

Celebrities also took to social media to celebrate the big win. Here’s a quick look at what our Pakistani stars had to say about the 2020 US presidential election…

“We cannot overlook the significance of #KamalaHarris being the first woman to be elected to the office of Vice President!” rejoiced actor Mehwish Hayat. She added that you don’t need to be an American to appreciate what this means for women and especially for women of colour everywhere.

 

 

“I love it when women break that glass ceiling,” wrote Armeena Khan who is always very vocal about issues that demand attention.

 

 

Singer Quratulain Baloch posted a photo of herself celebrating Biden’s win

 

 

The 1st Pakistani in history to circumnavigate the globe, Fakhr -e- Alam said he looked forward to Biden making America great again. “Congratulations Number 46…. Mr. President @JoeBiden,” he tweeted.

 

 

Nobel laureate 2014, Malala also shared her joy.

 

 

Posts supporting Biden and Harris’s win have taken over the internet. We’re yet to hear from Donald Trump, which should be entertaining too!

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