US Senator Kamala Harris is on the cover of ELLE’s November Issue ahead of the vice presidential debate with Mike Pence this week.
As November 3rd looms, vice presidential nominee @KamalaHarris is urging Americans to feel hopeful. “Optimism is the fuel driving every fight I’ve been in,” she tells @iSmashFizzle in ELLE’s November cover story. https://t.co/sVgody0D2T pic.twitter.com/W6ezIjv55F
— ELLE Magazine (US) (@ELLEmagazine) October 6, 2020
In the ELLE interview, she revealed that she told her mother when she was a child that she wanted ‘Fweedom’. Kamala is the running mate of Joe Biden in the upcoming elections.
She made history as she becomes the first African American woman on the presidential ticket. In an interview, she disclosed that the reason she is now in good stead as a political candidate now because she used to defend her ideas at the dinner table when she was a child.
The Vice President nominee revealed that she prefers to greet people with the African saying ‘I see you’ than by saying ‘nice to meet you.
She believed that it demonstrates that I see the person in front of me as a complete human being. This way of greeting gave them more dignity.
Kamala grew up in Oakland, California, to parents Donald and Shyamala. Her mother was a scientist and her father, now 82, is a retired economist.
US Senator gave the credit of her passion for politics to her family.