Biden recited the deceased son’s favorite Catholic hymn during the victory speech

Biden recited the deceased son's favorite Catholic hymn during the victory speech
Washington: US President-elect Joe Biden concluded his victory speech by reciting his late son Beau’s favorite Catholic hymn “On Eagles Wings” in the hope that Carroll would be comforted. Many Americans I am saddened by the loss of our loved ones due to the Kovid-19 epidemic.
Biden, 77, a practicing Catholic, said the psalm inspired him in the final days of his campaign.
He will be the second Catholic to hold the presidency since John F. Kennedy in 1960.
The Democrat lost the Iraq war veteran Beau, who served as Delaware’s attorney general in 2015 at the age of 46 due to a brain tumor.
Biden defeated Donald Trump In a bitter and closely contested presidential election – the most controversial in recent American history.
The president-elect delivered his victory speech before a drive-in audience in his hometown. Wilmington, Delaware Saturday night, almost eliminating uncertainty about Tuesday’s election results.
The Eagles’ Wings have established the faith that sustains me and that which I believe in America, and maintains a hope, and I hope that it lost 230,000 of its loved ones due to this terrible virus this year. It can give Americans some comfort and consolation, “Bain said.
Biden said he hopes the song will comfort many Americans who are mourning the loss of a loved one as a result of the coronavirus epidemic. CNN Reported.
“My heart goes out to each of you,” he said, “hopefully this hymn will comfort you too.”
According to the latest Johns Hopkins University figures, the United States is the country most affected by the Covid-19 epidemic, with more than 9,849,000 cases and more than 237,000 deaths.
Then he sang: “He will lift you up on the wings of an eagle, bring you to the breath of the morning and let you shine like the sun and hold you in the palm of his hand.”
“Together now, on the wings of the eagle, we are doing what God and history have told us to do,” Biden said.
“With wholehearted hearts and steadfast hands, with trust in the United States and in each other, with love for the country and thirst for justice, let us become the country we know we can be,” he said.

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