- President Joe Biden of the United States gave Vice President Kamala Harris cute gifts on her birthday
- The US president personally delivered the gifts and the vice president was overwhelmed with joy after receiving them
- Vice President Harris was gifted a bouquet of flowers and a frame with the picture she took with President Biden
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President Joe Biden of the United States has warmed hearts on social media after visiting Vice President Kamala Harris with gifts on her birthday.
Vice President Harris was excited as soon as President Biden entered her office with the gifts. She expressed gratitude to him and said the photo of them in the frame is her favourite.
She gave him a hug and a peck, saying she would hang the frame.
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Social media reacts
Many social media users soon flooded the comment section of the video to share their thoughts on it. Vice President Harris was shown massive love in the comment section as many people wished her a happy birthday.
Instagram user with the handle @marvwhill said:
"My president. love you Joe."
"Happy Birthday. Madam Vice President xoxo."
"Many more ahead."
"A lovely surprise! I love her laugh - she always sounds delighted!"
"Happy Birthday VP Harris!"
"Happy birthday queen."
"That “awwwe Joe” touched my heart!! You’re a really gentleman Mr. President! Happy Bday V.P.!!"
History made in the US
In other news, for the first in the history of the United States of America, two women flanked the president of the country, Joe Biden, during his address to a joint session of congress.
With this, history was made as both Vice President Kamala Harris and Speaker Nancy Pelosi became the first two officials to do so.
To the country, this marks a milestone in the nation's nearly 245-year history. It emphasizes the symbolism regarding the strides that women have taken to reach positions of American power.
Source: Briefly News