Vice President Kamala Harris’ plane had to land after a technical issue in the sky.
On June 6, Harris was en route to Latin America but had to return to Joint Base Andrews after the aircraft had a "technical issue,"according to CNN.
Harris' chief spokesperson and senior adviser Symone Sanders said in a statement, "It is a technical issue. There are no major safety concerns.”
The print pooler on board Air Force Two also reported "there was an unusual noise that came from the landing gear when we took off but the landing back at JBA was completely normal."
See the clip below of Harris deboarding the plane:
Harris boarded a new Air Force Two at 4:19 p.m. on June 6. The trip includes stops in Guatemala and Mexico.
Harris is spearheading the Biden administration plan to tackle immigration. She is expected to announce new measures on smuggling, trafficking and anti-corruption efforts on Monday (June 7), according to the Associated Press.
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