Sat with her great-niece on her lap just hours after US election day, Kamala Harris tells the four-year-old that one day she could become president.
However, if her great aunt continues her meteoric rise in US politics, little Amara Ajagu will be unable to create such history as America’s first black female leader.
As Joe Biden closes in on the Oval Office following a 33-year wait from when he first entered the White House race, Harris will become the most powerful woman in the States as his vice-president.
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