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Joe Biden recites favorite Catholic hymn to deceased son in victory speech

Washington: America President-elect Joe Biden concludes his victory speech by reciting his deceased son Bue’s favorite popular Catholic hymn “On Eagles Wings”, hoping that Carroll expects many Americans from the loss of their loved ones due to the COVID-19 epidemic Will give relief by being sad. .
Biden, 77, a Catholic, said the hymn inspired him in the final days of his election campaign.
He would be the second Catholic to hold the office of President after John F. Kennedy in 1960.
The Democrat leader lost Iraq war veteran Bue, who served as Delaware’s attorney general in 2015, to a brain tumor at the age of 46 in 2015.
Biden defeated Donald Trump in a bitter and close presidential election – as one of the most divisive in recent American history.
The presidential-election made his victory speech in front of an audience before the drive-in Saturday night in his hometown, Wilmington, Delaware, almost ending the uncertainty over the outcome of Tuesday’s election.
The Eagles’ “Wings” hold that belief in me and what I believe maintains America and a hope, and I hope it can provide some comfort and comfort to the 230,000 Americans who have done this terrible Lost a loved one this year due to the virus. ”Said Biden.
Biden said he hopes the song will bring comfort to many Americans who are grieving a loved one as a result of the coronovirus epidemic.
“My heart goes out to every one of you,” he said, “Hopefully this hymn gives you solitude.”
America According to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University, COVID-19 is the country most affected by the pandemic, with over 9,849,000 cases and over 237,000 deaths.
He then recited the hymn: “He will lift you up on the wings of Garuda, bear you on the breaths of dawn and make you shine like the sun and hold you in the palm of his hand.”
“Now together, on the wings of the eagle, we embark on what God and history have called Us To do, ”Biden said.
“With full heart and steady hands, in America and with faith in each other, with love country and thirst for justice, come on Us That is the country that we know we can be, ”he said.


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