Biden-Harris Wish ‘Hope and Happiness’ in Diwali Greeting, Trump Shares Photo of Lighting Lamp at White House

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    Biden-Harris Wish ‘Hope and Happiness’ in Diwali Greeting, Trump Shares Photo of Lighting Light at White Home

    Secured an awkward stalemate over the governmental shift, Donald Trump and Joe Biden published Diwali greetings on Twitter within minutes of each other on Saturday.

    While President-elect Joe Biden extended dreams on behalf of himself and his spouse Dr Jill Biden, Trump shared a picture of him lighting a lamp in the White House. Kamala Harris, who will be the first woman and Indian-origin vice-president of the United States, likewise extended Diwali wishes.

    ” Delighted Diwali and Sal Mubarak! @DouglasEmhoff and I want everybody celebrating worldwide a safe, healthy, and jubilant brand-new year,” Harris tweeted.

    Delighted Diwali and Sal Mubarak! @DouglasEmhoff and I want everybody commemorating all over the world a safe, healthy, and wondrous new year.

    — Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) November 14, 2020

    ” To the countless Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, and Buddhists commemorating the Celebration of Lights, @DrBiden and I send our best dreams for a #HappyDiwali. May your new year be filled with hope, joy, and prosperity. Sal Mubarak (sic),” Biden tweeted.

    To the countless Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, and Buddhists commemorating the Celebration of Lights, @DrBiden and I send our finest long for a #HappyDiwali May your new year be filled with hope, happiness, and prosperity. Sal Mubarak.

    — Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) November 14, 2020

    Trump shared an easy ‘Delighted Diwali’ greeting together with the photo.

    Fear of the coronavirus, blended with chronic pollution, has spoiled the celebration for hundreds of millions of Indians celebrating Diwali. The smog-shrouded capital New Delhi has prohibited firecrackers because of sky-high contamination levels and, while people still thronged markets, traders said Covid-19 had actually frightened them off spending.

    With 8.7 million cases, India has the world’s second-highest coronavirus infection count behind the United States. About 130,000 individuals have died from Covid-19 in India given that February and Delhi is going through a new surge with almost 8,000 new cases a day.

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