CNN’s Van Jones Breaks Down on Air After Joe Biden Is Elected President

It was an emotional morning for CNN information commentator Van Jones.

On Saturday, Nov. 7, former Vice President Joe Biden was elected the 46th President of the US. After receiving extra votes than any Presidential candidate in historical past, due partly to a report in-person turnout on election day and mail-in voting as a result of coronavirus pandemic, he defeated former actuality present host and present President Donald Trump in a historic win that additionally noticed the election of the primary Black and South Asian American girl vice chairman, Kamala Harris. 

In a dialog with Anderson Cooper over the long-awaited outcomes on CNN, Van broke down in tears whereas discussing his response to the information, which comes days after the graduation of the election on Nov. 3. 

“It is simpler to be a guardian this morning. It is simpler to be a dad. It is simpler to inform your youngsters that character issues. It issues. Telling the reality issues. Being a very good individual issues,” Van mentioned, getting choked up. “And it is simpler for lots of people. When you’re a Muslim on this nation, you do not have to fret about if the President would not need you right here. When you’re an immigrant you do not have to fret if the President goes to be joyful to have infants snatched away, or ship Dreamers again for no motive. That is vindication for lots of people who’ve actually suffered.”

Van additionally echoed the phrases of George Floyd, a Black man whose homicide by a police officer in Might sparked tons of of protests round the US and the world. 

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