US Elections 2020: Senator Kamala Harris shares interesting question-answer round on Twitter

Nov. 2, 2020, 4:47 p.m.

Washington DC: Democratic vice-presidential nominee Kamala Harris has shared a fun question-answer moment on social media with her supporters.

In this social media post, the 55-year-old  answered a lot of interesting questions.

When asked about her favorite Indian dish she listed out Idli with a “really good sambar” for the South and “any kind of tikka” for the North respectively.

Kamala Harris has received strong support from the Indian community in the US, as she is not only the first woman of Indian origin to be a vice-president nominee but is also the first black woman to hold such a big post in a major political party.

When asked about her favorite song, the US Senator shared that it was “Work That” by Mary J. Blige, and also recommended that to everybody.

Ellie asked what her plan to ensure a sustainable and eco-friendly future for the coming generations was to which Harris said that she and Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden are prepared to make commitments with timelines to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050.

“And getting there along the way by creating the jobs that are going to be necessary to get to a clean energy economy,” she said.

“You never have to ask anyone permission to lead. I have in my career been told many times, ‘It’s not your time”, ‘It’s not your turn”. Let me just tell you, I eat ‘no” for breakfast. So, I would recommend the same. It’s a hearty breakfast,” she advised all the women.

She also talked about passing the equality act within the first 100 days if the Democrats come to power.

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She also assured that if elected to power, the Democrat government will work to ensure the safety of the LGBTQ+ community, particularly emphasizing the transgender black women.

Kamala Harris and Joe Biden 77 are contesting against President Trump and Mike Pence in the November 3 US presidential elections.

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