In the early morning of November 8, in the 2020 US general election, the Democratic presidential candidate Biden has won the 270 electoral votes required for election. On the same day, Biden delivered a speech to the United States as the newly elected president. In his speech, he mentioned his plan to deal with the new crown. He said that he will appoint a team of scientists and experts on the 9th to help suggest a plan to deal with the new crown, which will be implemented from the first day he takes office as president. At the same time, outstanding CEOs of American high-tech companies and Silicon Valley also congratulated the president-elect Biden and the vice president-elect, Kamala Harris.
American technology companies have sent congratulations:
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said that the victory of Biden and Harris is a sign that “unity, compassion, and integrity are no longer the characteristics of a bygone era.” It is reported that Bezos’ relationship with him during Trump’s presidency has been unstable. Trump has repeatedly attacked Bezos on Bezos’ ownership of The Washington Post, Amazon’s tax records, and the relationship between Amazon and Postal Service.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates has always been critical of Trump’s response to the coronavirus. He said he looks forward to “cooperating with the new president and congressional leaders to control the spread of the epidemic.” Microsoft President Brad Smith congratulated Biden and Harris on social platforms and called for national unity. Smith said, “If we want to move forward as a country, we must build new bridges to narrow the gap between us.”
Lauren Powell Jobs:
Lauren Powell Jobs, the founder of Emerson and widow of Apple founder Steve Jobs, also celebrated the victories of Biden and Harris on social platforms, and pointed out that the election of Harris as vice president means that “the glass ceiling is It is completely broken.”
Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins wrote on social platforms, “Our company supports Biden and Harris’ belief that we must build a more inclusive future for all.”
Sandberg and Priscilla Chen:
Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s wife Priscilla Chen congratulated Harris on this historic victory. Sandberg wrote on social platforms: “After waiting for a long few days, we now know that Joe Biden will be our next president. Moreover, our next vice president will be a non- An American woman of American descent and South Asian descent. She is the daughter of immigrants. This is the first time in 231 years. The United States will take another big step towards building a diverse country. Today is such a day.”
Aaron Levy, CEO of cloud storage company Box, congratulated Biden and Harris on their victory through a series of tweets. Levi added that its victory will greatly enhance America’s competitiveness. Levy said, “Although Biden does not have any magical capabilities, this is the crux of the problem. What companies need now is market stability, global trade relations that will not change due to a whim, attract talents from all over Good long-term planning and reduce ongoing interference.”