This week could be called a Prabal Gurung trifecta, as the Vice President wore the designer’s creations each of the three days she had public engagements. We begin with Tuesday, July 20, when the Vice President welcomed King Abdullah II of Jordan and his son, Crown Prince Al Hussein, for a working breakfast at her residence.[Read more…]
I am back with a post combining the last two weeks; the Vice President only had two public engagements the first week of July so I thought it made more sense to combine the weeks into one post.
We begin with Thursday, July 8, when Vice President Harris visited her alma mater, Howard University.[Read more…]
Vice President Harris did not have any public engagements Monday or Tuesday, June 28 and 29. On the 30th, she spoke at the UN’s Generation Equality Forum, “a global gathering for gender equality convened by UN Women and co-hosted by the governments of Mexico and France, in partnership with youth and civil society,” per the UN site.[Read more…]
This week we saw the Vice President in a couple of new ensembles featuring a lighter color palette. We’ll begin with Monday, June 21, when Vice president Harris traveled to Pittsburgh. Below, Ms. Harris being greeted by Senator Bob Casey (D-PA).[Read more…]
Vice President Harris started her week on June 14th with a trip to South Carolina. Below, the Vice President arriving at Greenville Spartanburg International Airport.[Read more…]
The Vice President’s week started with a flight to Guatemala on Sunday, June 6. Below, Vice President Harris at Joint Base Andrews about to board Air Force Two.[Read more…]
The Vice President started the week with a Memorial Day wreath-laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery. Below you see President Biden, the Vice President, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin III, and U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Omar Jones IV as they approach the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.[Read more…]
Vice President Harris started the week on Monday, May 24, with a meeting on expanding high-speed internet access.
….let’s talk about what we need to do to remove the barriers to access. 42 million Americans live in areas without reliable broadband. One in three Americans who live in rural areas and tribal lands do not have access to broadband. And we know that these Americans are not alone.
Vice President Harris started the week on Monday, May 10, by joining President Biden as he delivered remarks on the economy.[Read more…]