Senator Kamala Harris said President Donald Trump of failed leadership that had cost lives and livelihood during a pandemic.
Making history as the first Black woman and Asian-American on a major US presidential ticket, Harris made a direct appeal to Black Americans and other crucial constituencies that Democrats need in the Nov. 3 election. She said, "there is no vaccine for racism."
"The constant chaos leaves us adrift, the incompetence makes us feel afraid, the callousness makes us feel alone. It's a lot," she added, speaking from an events centre in Biden's hometown of Wilmington, Delaware, that was largely empty because of the coronavirus outbreak.
"We must elect a president... who will bring all of us together - Black, White, Latino, Asian, Indigenous - to achieve the future we collectively want. We must elect Joe Biden," Harris said.
On the third night of a four-night convention that has featured a crush of women headliners, moderators and speakers, Harris pressed the case against Trump, saying his divisive leadership had brought the country to an "inflection point."
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