Two Democrats former Presidents, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, have endorsed the presidential bid of former vice president of United States, Joe Biden.
A former Secretary of State, Colin Powell, has also anointed Biden as the Democrat Presidential candidate, according to BBC.
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Biden, the former vice-president under President Barack Obama, became his party’s nominee on Tuesday night in a pre-recorded roll call vote from delegates in all 50 states.
At the party’s convention, Clinton said the incumbent President, Donald Trump had brought “chaos” to the Oval Office.
“Donald Trump says we’re leading the world,” Mr Clinton said in his five-minute message pre-recorded from his home in Chappaqua, New York.
“Well, we are the only major industrial economy to have its unemployment rate triple.
“At a time like this, the Oval Office should be a command centre.
“Instead, it’s a storm centre; there’s only chaos.”
It would be recalled that Trump trails Biden in opinion polls ahead of November’s election.
This is Biden’s third White House bid, having formerly run in 1988 and 2008.
In June, Powell – who served under President George W Bush and has appeared at multiple Republican conventions in previous years – called President Trump a liar and endorsed Biden.