President-elect Joe Biden addressed a deeply divided nation Saturday night, turning to the challenges ahead by grounding his victory speech in the spirit of compromise, asking supporters of President Donald Trump to give him a chance
Biden made that plea for unity and understanding in his home town of Wilmington, Delaware, at an extraordinary moment in American history when the current occupant of the White House
how the election was stolen from him. After jogging on stage wearing a mask, Biden repeated his promise that he would seek to unify rather than divide. He pledged to govern by the creed that he does not see blue states and red states, but only the United States.
Cities erupt in celebration after Biden named winner Cities erupt in celebration after Biden named winner Biden noted that he sought the nation's highest office "to rebuild the soul of America, to rebuild the backbone of this nation, the middle class and to make America respected around the world again