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Her acceptance speech capped a two-hour program focused on Democratic priorities including combating gun violence and climate change. She introduced the nation to the first Black and Indian-American woman to join a major party ticket, saying she and her sisters had been raised to be “proud Black women” while also learning to respect their Indian heritage. She contrasted Biden — “a president who turns challenges into purpose,” she said — with the incumbent, Trump.
“Right now, we have a president who turns our tragedies into political weapons,” she said.
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