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The US electoral campaign faces the last days before the final appointment that will take place on November 3. In full stretch of the campaign, a musicalized speech by the Democratic candidate Joe Biden It has swept the networks.

The production, led by the actress and singer Jennifer Hudson, the dj Taboo and the pianist from ‘The Black Eyed Peas’ Will.i.am, in just over 2 days it has achieved 2.2 million views on Twitter.

Based on the song ‘Where is the love?’ of the pianist’s group, both artists have been mixing original parts of the lyrics with a speech given by Biden during the electoral campaign.

In the background, while the song passes, they appear recent images of the American present time that have been marking difficult moments of the recent recent history of the country. “Hate has no place in the United States,” said the Democratic candidate in his retweet of the song.

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