Kamala Harris Shares Touching Moment with 4-Year-Old Great-Niece
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California Senator Kamala Harris continues to inspire young men and women around the world.

Wednesday on social media, her niece Meena Harris posted a touching clip of her aunt giving an inspirational talk to Meena’s 4-year-old daughter Amara.

As seen on Twitter, Amara sits on Senator Harris' lap and tells her great-aunt about her presidential aspirations.

"You could be president," Senator Harris tells the young girl, adding, “You could be president, but not right now. You have to be over the age of 35."

Being the overachiever that she is, Amara also has plans to become an astronaut!

“For context, my daughter wants to be both president and an astronaut,” Meena added.

As of Thursday morning, Fox News projects that in the race for the White House, Joe Biden and Harris have 264 electoral votes compared to incumbent President Donald Trump’s 214. Nevada’s 6 electoral votes appear poised to swing into the Biden/Harris column, and they are expected to net another 20 from Pennsylvania, where votes are still being counted. Other swing states not yet called include Georgia and North Carolina. A total of 270 electoral votes are needed to win.

Two days after the vote, no outlet has called the presidential race.

At a speech Wednesday afternoon, Vice President Biden expressed confidence that he will become the 46th president of the United States.

"I am not here to declare that we have won," Vice President Biden said in his speech, “but I am here to report when the count is finished, we believe we will be the winners."

If Vice President Biden wins the presidency, Senator Harris will become the first female, as well as the first Black and Asian-American, vice president in America’s history.

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