US Vice President Kamala Harris’s airplane was compelled to land quickly after take-off on Sunday on account of a technical drawback on her approach to Guatemala for her first worldwide journey.
“I am good. I am good,” Harris advised reporters, giving a thumbs-up after exiting the airplane when it returned to Joint Base Andrews on the outskirts of Washington. “All of us stated a bit prayer, however we’re good.”
Harris’s spokeswoman Symone Sanders stated that the vice chairman would change planes and no main delays in her itinerary have been anticipated.
“It’s a technical challenge. There are not any main security considerations,” Sanders stated.
A journalist onboard reported “an uncommon noise” from the touchdown gear when the airplane — generally known as Air Power Two — took off, however stated that the touchdown was “fully regular.”
Harris will go to Guatemala and Mexico this week, bringing a message of hope to a area hammered by Covid-19 and which is the supply of many of the undocumented migrants searching for entry to the USA.
Harris is taking her first journey overseas as President Joe Biden’s deputy with a watch in direction of tackling the foundation causes of migration from the area — one of many thorniest points dealing with the White Home.
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