A temporary transfer of power on Friday when the White House underwent its first routine colon examination
Kamala Harris Enters US history again: after he was one She became the first vice president, until Friday He (temporarily) took over the leadership of the country for President Biden. hit Washington? No.
More trivial, one colonoscopy Which Donald Trump’s successor had to go through on the eve of his 79th birthday at Walter Reed Military Hospital in Bethesda, just outside the capital.
The routine examination, which lasted approximately 1 hour and 25 minutes, was actually conducted in General anesthesia. While the Commander-in-Chief was in a state of unconsciousness, he was thus a former California Senator, Daughter of an Indian biologist and a Jamaican economistto actually replace it Twenty-fifth Amendment.
It’s not the first time a presidential colonoscopy has led to a temporary change at the top of the world’s premier power. Already in 2002 and 2007 to the vice president Dick Cheney It so happened that he replaced George W. Bush for the same reason.
However, in 2019 According to former White House spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham, Trump didn’t want to be sedated in particular so as not to delegate his duties to him Mike Pence Not even for a moment.
Biden then re-practised this practice with all the trappings of the case, communicating with four letters sent to the chamber’s president Nancy Pelosi For the President of the Provisional Senate Patrick Leahy First the transport and then, at the end of the visit, his (colossal) powers restored.
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While Biden was in the hospital, Harris worked from his office in the West Wing of the White House. However, as reported by Reuters
La Diretries del Center for American Women and Politics Debbie WalshThis moment, though historical, This is not true of the claim that a woman has actually served as President of the United States.
All that’s left is to wait: Is Biden aiming for his second term? 2024 (The year he turns 82) Barring the twists and turns, Harris can run for president Not before 2028.
Nov 20 2021 (change on Nov 20, 2021 | 15:55)
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