Harris and Pelosi make history with Biden’s co-speech to Congress, as the president says “coming soon”


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In front of me Joe BidenParliamentary joint speech, Kamala Harris When asked about the importance of certain details of the event, there was a sublime answer.

When she passes through the corridor US Capitol Include vice president Asked about the historical importance of having two women sitting behind President On the house podium.

She simply answered “normal.”

Ms. Harris as the first female vice president Nancy Pelosi As chairman of the House of Representatives, this is the first time two women have appeared behind the incumbent president when addressing parliament.

Harris’s keen reaction was enthusiastically greeted on Twitter, with users “correct,” “yes! Normal, love it,” and “like a boss.”

When the president began to speak, he said, “Chairman Madam, Vice President Madam.”

“No president has said these words on this podium. No president has said these words. And it’s about time.”

When he handed Harris a copy of his speech, he said to her: “I’ve been waiting a long time to do this.”

Alyssa Farah, a former Trump White House communications director, tweeted: history. “

Washington representative Pramila Jayapal tweeted a photo of two women standing in front of Congress, saying, “Vice President Madame Kamala Devi Harris!”

She writes: “It’s great to see two powerful women behind the president, vice president and chairman of the House of Representatives.”

This is the first time Harris sits behind the president in a parliamentary speech, but Pelosi sits in the same seat many times and Biden is her fourth president.

Ms. Pelosi presided over the House of Representatives under President George W. Bush, President Barack Obama, and President Donald Trump during his two speaking terms.

In the final state of Mr. Trump’s State of the Union address in 2020, she memorably removed a copy of his statement after finishing the delivery of the president’s statement.

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