Within half an hour of the flight’s flight, the government plane with the U.S. vice president had to return to Andrews Airport, near Washington. The reason is technical issues.
In Air Force Two, Kamala Harris began her first foreign trip as US Vice President – to Guatemala and Mexico.
According to reporters who accompanied him, “strange noises” were heard from near the plane’s landing gear. After several dozen minutes of flight, a decision was made to turn the engine on and then it landed safely at the Andrews site.
“I’m fine, I’m fine,” said Vice President Harris, “but we all prayed a little.” “This is a technical issue, but there are no major security concerns,” his spokesman Simon Sanders explained.
An hour and a half later, Vice President Kamala Harris flew to Guatemala in another government machine.
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