Plane Carrying VP Harris Forced to Return Due to ‘Technical Issue’

Kamala Harris looking at the camera Vice President Kamala Harris Meets Virtually With Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei

Kamala Harris looking at the camera Vice President Kamala Harris Meets Virtually With Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei

Saturday marked the 74th day that Harris has neither traveled to USA border communities nor held a news conference in connection with her duties as manager of the administration's response to the border crisis.

She said: "It is a technical issue".

A plane carrying USA vice president Kamala Harris on her first foreign trip was forced to return to base after just 30 minutes following a "technical difficulty". "We all said a little prayer, but we're good", said Harris, per AP.

After the earlier drama, spokesperson Symone Sanders told reporters travelling with Ms Harris: "It is a technical issue".

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The print pooler on board Air Force Two reported that "there was an unusual noise that came from the landing gear when we took off but the landing back at JBA was completely normal".

When the plane returned, Harris exited and flashed a double thumbs up to the press, and said, "I'm good".

Harris will visit Guatemala and Mexico this week, bringing a message of hope to a region hammered by Covid-19 and which is the source of most of the undocumented migrants seeking entry to the United States.

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