Vice President Kamala Harris said US Air Force Commander Neil Senkowski after a technical problem at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on June 6, 2021 forced the aircraft to return and land. Meet when disembarking the Second Air Force. (Jacquelyn Martin / AP Photo)
Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland — Due to technical issues of “no serious safety concerns,” Vice President Kamala Harris’s plane departs Sunday on a trip to Guatemala and Mexico about 30 minutes. He was later forced to return to Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland. The plane landed safely and she thumbs up as she gets off.
“I’m good, I’m good. We all prayed a little, but we’re okay,” she said.
The Vice President departed on another plane about an hour and a half later.
Her spokesperson, Symone Sanders, told reporters traveling with Harris that this was a technical issue with the original plane and “there are no major safety concerns.”