US presidential candidate Joe Biden has made new promises to protect Americans. He wrote about this on his Twitter account.
Biden recalled the attacks by terrorists of the Islamic State (IS, banned in Russia) that took place in Paris five years ago, calling them not only attacks on the French, but also on “our humanism.”
“As president, I will work to protect Americans and our allies by fighting terrorism and extremist violence in all forms,” the US presidential candidate promised.
On November 7, Democrat Joe Biden, who received 290 of the required 270 electoral votes and thus secured his victory, proclaimed himself elected President of the United States.
On November 13, 2015, three terrorist groups carried out a series of attacks in Paris and its suburb of Saint-Denis. The attack killed 130 people, injuring a total of 350. The attackers fired at several cafes and restaurants in the French capital, a suicide bomber blew himself up on Boulevard Voltaire, three more explosions were fired at the Stade de France, where the friendly match between the French national teams was held and Germany. In addition, hostages were taken during a rock concert in the Bataklan concert hall.