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Netizens Divided Over Kamala Harris as the US First Female Black Asian-American Vice President

© REUTERS / Jonathan ErnstDemocratic U.S. vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris waves ahead of giving remarks during an event, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 2, 2020. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
Democratic U.S. vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris waves ahead of giving remarks during an event, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 2, 2020. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst - Sputnik International
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Although Harris will have limited power as the vice president, many netizens in the US expressed concern in the past that she could become the next POTUS due to Joe Biden's considerable age, worrying in connection with controversial ideas which some twitterians suggest is borderline communism.

Although official results from the final state vote count are yet to be announced, Joe Biden has already declared himself the winner in the presidential race, alongside running mate Kamala Harris, who is also projected to be the next US vice president. Should this come true, Harris will become a pioneer in many regards, as she will be the first female, Black, Asian-American to be a US vice president.

Many netizens are happy with Harris achieving such heights, expressing their feelings about her cultural and political gains on social media.

Not all are happy for Kamala Harris, however, with some recalling her controversial stance on an array of topics. Many argue that Harris' views were borderline communist and, with Joe Biden turning 77 this year, they fear she might get a shot at implementing them should the new POTUS not make it to the end of his term.

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