Trailblazer Kamala Harris: America's first woman vice president

Washington (AFP) – Kamala Harris smashed through one of America’s highest glass ceilings Wednesday, becoming the first woman, first Black American and first person of Asian heritage to be appointed vice president, blazing a trail in the most diverse White House ever. As running mate to now-President Joe Biden, she helped bring Donald Trump’s turbulent rule to an end, assailing him for his chaotic bungling of the Covid-19 pandemic, last year’s unrest over racial injustices and his crackdown on immigration. Harris, 56, enters the post having already forged a unique path, as California’s first Bl…

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