What happened to Joe Biden today?

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What happened to Joe Biden today?

PRESIDENT Joe Biden turns 79 today, one day after undergoing a routine procedure.

While under anesthetic on November 19, 2021, Biden gave Vice President Kamala Harris presidential power.

Biden turned 79 on November 20, a day after undergoing a routine colonoscopy.

Biden gave Harris temporary presidential power while undergoing the procedure, as required by the Constitution.

“As was the case when President George W Bush had the same procedure in 2002 and 2007, and following the process set out in the Constitution, President Biden will transfer power to the Vice President for the brief period of time when he is under anesthesia,” said Press Secretary Jen Psaki in a statement.

“During this time, the Vice President will work from her office in the West Wing.”

Biden hosted President Lopez Obrador and Prime Minister Trudeau in Washington, DC prior to the procedure to discuss energy, trade, and borders.

The leaders of these three countries met for the first time since the Obama administration.

The North American Leaders’ Summit focused on strengthening ties and developing concrete plans for the countries following the Coronavirus Pandemic.

Following the meeting, the presidents did not hold a joint press conference.

Following the CDC’s approval of the Covid-19 vaccine for children aged 5 to 11, Biden addressed the nation on November 3 and urged parents to get their children vaccinated against the virus, later calling it “a giant step forward to further accelerate our path out of this pandemic.”

“In the end, we’ve been planning and preparing to vaccinate our children for months.”

Our program will ramp up this week, with more doses being shipped out each day, with the goal of having it fully operational by next week,” Biden said.

“We’ll do everything we can to make these vaccines widely available and to raise public awareness about the importance of vaccination.”

So, parents of children aged 5 and up, please get your kids vaccinated,” he said.

“Because here’s the deal,” says the narrator.

Children account for one-quarter of all cases in the United States, and while Covid-19 is uncommon, it can make children very sick.

Some may end up in the hospital, but only a few.”

Biden went on to say that the “vaccine is safe and effective,” and that parents should “get [their]children vaccinated to protect themselves, others, and to stop the spread and help us beat this pandemic.”

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