Biden & Kamala Harris TIME’s “Person of The Year” 2020
At the same time, in the year 2016, the magazine chose Donald Trump as ‘Person of the Year’
Time magazine has announced the newly elected President of the United States, Joe Biden, and Vice-President Kamala Harris as ‘Person of the Year’ for the year 2020.
According to the news report, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris of the Democratic Party have been elected ‘Time Person of the Year’. Joe Biden defeated — Donald Trump in the US presidential election by a huge margin.
At the same time, Kamla Harris has been elected America’s first — black and first South Asian Vice President. Last year, environmental activist Greta Thunberg was awarded the title. At the same time, in the year 2016, the magazine chose — Donald Trump as ‘Person of the Year’.
Time magazine has made the photographs of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris its cover photo. The magazine has given the title ‘Changing America’s story’ with the photo. — The 78-year-old Biden received 306 electoral votes in the presidential election, while Trump received only 232 electoral votes.
— Time magazine wrote about Kamala Harris and Joe Biden being chosen as ‘Person of the Year’, “to change America’s story, to prove empathy to be a greater force than differences, and to keep the world going through difficult times.” To give a vision. “
— Time magazine has been announcing this title annually since 1927. This title is given to such a person or group that had the most impact on the country and the world in a positive or negative way that year.
All the workers, including nurses, doctors, delivery boys who risked their lives during the Kovid-10 epidemic, have won the TIME Person of the Year Reader Poll.
Time magazine asked its readers to choose the person or group that made the most impact in the year 2020. Health workers and people working in the services sector had surpassed the remaining 80 candidates. These included celebrities including US President Donald Trump, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.