Biden and Harris’s first show started with a blackout delay

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Most likely US presidential candidate Joseph Biden, race mate and California Senator Kamala Harris kicked off their first joint performance on Wednesday, August 12, about an hour late due to a power outage. This was reported by the CNN television company.

Biden and Harris performed at the Alexis Dupont School gym in Wilmington, Delaware. There were only aides to the former US Vice President and Senator, as well as a few journalists. This is due to the measures of sanitary and epidemiological safety in connection with the coronavirus pandemic.

The politicians entered the hall together and removed their protective masks, keeping a safe distance. All the others present were wearing masks.

Earlier, on August 11, it became known that Biden had chosen Senator Kamala Harris from California as a candidate for his vice-president. He recalled that Harris worked closely with his son Bo when she served as California’s attorney general.

The National Congress of the US Democratic Party, at which Biden should be announced as a candidate for the post of head of the White House, has been postponed due to the pandemic on August 17-20.

It will take place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Republican convention is scheduled for August 24-27. Its major events are expected to take place in Jacksonville, Florida and Charlotte, North Carolina.

The US presidential election is scheduled for November 3.

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