Vice president-elect, Kamala Harris, has given her first public speech, and it's nothing short of iconic.

Keep scrolling to hear her powerful speech for yourself...

The race for the White House has finally concluded.

And Joe Biden was ultimately projected to be the forty-sixth president of the United States. But first, let's recap the most recent key events over the last couple of days to get you up to speed...

Pro-Trump protesters took to Detroit's vote-counting center.

In light of Trump’s comments earlier in the week, crowds of protestors took to the counting center chanting “stop the vote." Security guards had refused entry to any more poll watchers attempting to access the counting room, causing Republican supporters to claim that being denied access meant the people inside were disproportionately Democratic, but others in the group noticed Democrats had been kept out as well.

Aviation authorities designated "national defense airspace" over Biden's current location.

With the possibility of a Biden victory, his house in Wilmington, Delaware, was marked as a restricted area for flights, along with 1 other location in the city.

Trump took to Twitter Thursday demanding that we "stop the count."

In a series of tweets, the president claimed that any votes that arrived after the election day will not be counted.

But yet again Twitter flagged it as misinformation.

And of course, the inflammatory demand shocked the American public.

Amid allegations of fraud, the Chatham County Board of Elections in Georgia dismissed the Trump Campaign's lawsuit.

“[T]he Court finds that there is no evidence that the ballots referenced in the petition were received after 7:00 pm on election day, thereby making those ballots invalid," the judge said.

Michigan then followed suit...

Michigan Court of Claims Judge Cynthia Stephens said that she will deny the Trump campaign’s legal request. The lawsuit filed on Wednesday evening claimed that poll watchers were “barred" from watching the absentee count. The judge also noted that the lawsuit was filed just a few hours before the final ballots were being counted.

Joe Biden remained confident in a victory.

The Democratic candidate gave a brief statement on Thursday in Wilmington, Delaware, reiterating his confidence in being elected the next president of the United States, stating there's "no doubt" he'll win when the count is over.

Biden also announced that he plans to rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement on the first day of his presidency if he wins.

The move would come 3 years after President Trump announced he would leave the international climate change forum.

Trump then broke his thirty-six-hour silence to deliver an eyebrow-raising speech on Thursday afternoon.

Saying almost immediately: “If you count the legal votes, I win," before branding mail-in-ballots as "one-sided." The president also continued to add to his controversial claims of electoral fraud.

New stations cut away from Trump's speech, with some refusing to air it.

MSNBC was the first to cut away, soon followed by NBC, ABC, and CBS.

Trump then took to Twitter to echo the points made in his speech.

Accusing the Democrats of trying to gain control of the US Senate, while insisting that he will hold onto his presidency.

He also vowed to take legal action against every state that Biden wins in.

"Plenty of proof - just check out the Media. WE WILL WIN! America First!"

Biden responded to Trump's accusations that the Democrats are cheating.

"America has come too far, fought too many battles, and endured too much to let that happen."

Police began investigating an alleged plot to attack Pennsylvania Convention Center, where votes are being counted.

“Police got a tip about a group, possibly a family, driving up from Virginia in a Hummer to unleash an attack at the Convention Center," according to WPVI. Philadelphia Police told the outlet: "they recovered a weapon and believed they recovered the Hummer they received a tip about." At least 1 person has been taken into custody, as per both WPVI and KYW.

Reports emerged that the Secret Service would be upping security in anticipation of a Biden victory.

The Washington Post reports that Biden is set to receive an increased Secret Service security detail in anticipation of a possible win and subsequent acceptance speech in Delaware.

On Friday, Joe Biden managed to overtake Trump in Georgia.

The Democratic candidate overtook the president by 917 votes in the key, historically-red battleground state.

In an update from Pennsylvania, Biden took the lead.

This was big news, as Trump can't be re-elected if he doesn't secure Pennsylvania's twenty electoral votes.

It didn't take long for Trump to weigh into the numbers.

"Philadelphia has got a rotten history on election integrity," he tweeted.

Georgia's secretary of state announced in a conference that the state is heading for a recount.

The news came before the initial counting had been completed.

Just a day later, the chaos has continued.

And Trump has once again took to Twitter in another furious rant as Biden continued to lead.

The president reiterated his point about votes he alleged are illegal.

Citing the pending results in the all-important state of Pennsylvania specifically.

He went on to claim that the alleged fraud would change the result in "numerous" states.

"This would ALSO change the Election result in numerous States, including Pennsylvania, which everyone thought was easily won on Election Night, only to see a massive lead disappear, without anyone being allowed to OBSERVE, for long intervals of time..."

He continued.

"BAD THINGS HAPPENED INSIDE. BIG CHANGES TOOK PLACE!"

He has now even falsely claimed to have "won the election."

Despite Joe Biden's lead in crucial battleground states.

But it seems he couldn't be more wrong...

As Biden is now the projected winner of the presidential election after a victory Pennsylvania put him over the 270 electoral votes needed to win.

This makes Kamala Harris the first woman of color to be elected as vice president.

She will be the first woman to hold the office. She will also be the nation’s first Black and South Asian vice president.

Trump broke his silence following the news.

In a lengthy statement, as per Sky News: "We all know why Joe Biden is rushing to falsely pose as the winner, and why his media allies are trying so hard to help him: they don’t want the truth to be exposed. "The simple fact is this election is far from over. Joe Biden has not been certified as the winner of any states, let alone any of the highly contested states headed for mandatory recounts, or states where our campaign has valid and legitimate legal challenges that could determine the ultimate victor. "In Pennsylvania, for example, our legal observers were not permitted meaningful access to watch the counting process.  Legal votes decide who is president, not the news media."

The statement continued.

"Beginning Monday, our campaign will start prosecuting our case in court to ensure election laws are fully upheld and the rightful winner is seated. "The American People are entitled to an honest election: that means counting all legal ballots, and not counting any illegal ballots. This is the only way to ensure the public has full confidence in our election. "It remains shocking that the Biden campaign refuses to agree with this basic principle and wants ballots counted even if they are fraudulent, manufactured, or cast by ineligible or deceased voters. Only a party engaged in wrongdoing would unlawfully keep observers out of the count room – and then fight in court to block their access. "So what is Biden hiding? I will not rest until the American People have the honest vote count they deserve and that Democracy demands."

However, on a more celebratory note, Joe Biden then spoke out after he was declared victorious...

He tweeted shortly after the news was announced that he is "honored" America has chosen him as a leader.

Kamala Harris then went on to share this video of her reacting to the news.

The clip was posted to Twitter shortly after the announcement was made.

Kamala Harris is the first woman in history to be elected as vice president of the United States...

As well as the first Black woman to be given the role.

This is a huge achievement for not only Harris but for women and people of color all across the country...

She truly is paving the way for a more progressive and diverse America.

Biden and Harris celebrated their victory by addressing the nation outside a convention center today in Wilmington, Delaware...

Where Harris acknowledged the importance of the win during a powerful speech, which she gave while wearing a white suit in tribute to women’s suffrage 100 years after women were guaranteed the constitutional right to vote.

People were incredibly moved by her powerful speech...

With some even being reduced to tears.

She started off by paying tribute to her mother, who had arrived in the US from India at the age of eighteen.

"I am thinking about her… and I am thinking about the generations of women, Black, White, Asian, Latina women, who throughout history have paved the way tonight."

She continued:

"And to the children of our country, regardless of your gender, our country has sent you a clear message: Dream with ambition, lead with conviction and see yourself in a way that others might not see you, simply because they’ve never seen it before. And we will applaud you every step of the way."

Harris will be the first Black and South Asian woman vice president to hold the office.

She spoke on Saturday about the weight of history in this monumental election.

It reflected the importance of Biden's choice too...

Creating a vision of the future, of inclusivity, where everyone feels heard.

Harris praised Biden for his support...

“The audacity to break one of the most substantial barriers that exists in our country and select a woman as his vice president."

Harris talked about how her mother has always supported her...

“Maybe she didn’t quite imagine this moment," Harris said. “But she believed so deeply in an America where a moment like this is possible."

She thanked the women who had to struggle before her for her to get this place in history.

She thanked them for “their determination and the strength of their vision, to see what can be unburdened by what has been. I stand on their shoulders." And she spoke directly to “every little girl watching" and to what could come next. “While I may be the first woman in this office," Harris said, “I won’t be the last."

You can watch the full speech here.

Congratulations, Joe and Kamala!