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Vice President Kamala Harris & Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi Make History at President Biden's Congress Address!

Hers-tory has been made!

On Wednesday evening (April 28), President Joe Biden gave his first address to Congress to mark his first 100 days in office as President of the United States.

As President Biden took to the podium, he started off his address by pointing out the historic moment the session held.

Sitting behind him on the dais was Vice President Kamala Harris and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. This was the first time in U.S. history that two women sat behind the President during an address to Congress.

“Madam Speaker, Madam Vice President. No president has ever said those words from this podium. And it’s about time!” President Biden exclaimed as the room erupted in applause.

VP Harris and Speaker Pelosi celebrated the moment by bumping elbows and applauding each other.

Speaker Pelosi made history back in 2007 when she became the first woman to serve as Speaker of the House. Last November, VP Harris made history becoming the first woman and first person of color to be elected Vice President.

If you missed it, VP Harris will be the first Vice President to receive this very special honor.

FYI: Vice President Harris is wearing a Prabal Gurung outfit.

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President Biden & Vice President Harris Address the Nation After George Floyd Murder Trial

President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are addressing the nation.

The President and the Vice President gave a speech on Tuesday night (April 20) following the guilty verdict given to Derek Chauvin in the murder of George Floyd.

“Today we feel a sigh of relief, still, it cannot take away the pain. A measure of justice isn’t the same as equal justice. This verdict brings us a step closer, and the fact is, we still have work to do. We still must reform the system,” the Vice President said.

“Black men, in particular, have been treated throughout the course of our history as less than human…their lives must be valued in our education system, in our healthcare system, in our housing system, in our economic system, in our criminal justice system, in our nation. Full stop,” she continued.

See what else they said…More Here! »

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President Biden & Vice President Harris Call George Floyd's Family After Murder Trial Verdict

President Joe Biden is reacting to the guilty verdict handed to Derek Chauvin in the murder of George Floyd.

The President of the United States, who is expected to address the nation later in the evening on Tuesday (April 20) regarding the verdict, watched the verdict with Vice President Kamala Harris and staff in the private dining room of the White House, according to a spokesperson.

He also called George Floyd‘s family attorney, Ben Crump.

Find out what he said…More Here! »

Cole Emhoff Calls Out 'SNL' For Leaving Him Out of Kamala Harris Family Dinner Sketch

Saturday Night Live aired a sketch this past weekend with Maya Rudolph as Vice President Kamala Harris hosting a Passover Sedar with her family.

Guests in the skit included the Vice President’s husband Doug Emhoff (Martin Short), Sen. Ted Cruz (played by Aidy Bryant), Sen. Rev. Raphael Warnock (Kenan Thompson), President Joe Biden (Alex Moffat), and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (Cecily Strong).

Ella Elmhoff, the stepdaughter of the Vice President (played by Chloe Fineman) also made an appearance. Cole Emhoff, the stepson of the VP, noticed he was left out of the sketch completely.

Click inside to see what Cole Emhoff had to say to Saturday Night Live after they left him out of the Passover sketch featuring all of his family members…More Here! »

Martin Short Appears as Doug Emhoff Opposite Maya Rudolph as Kamala Harris on 'Saturday Night Live' - Watch!

Martin Short is making his debut as the Second Gentleman!

The 71-year-old actor appeared as Doug Emhoff on Saturday Night Live with host Maya Rudolph on Saturday (March 27).

Maya reprised her role as Vice President Kamala Harris as she and Doug hosted a “Unity Seder” in honor of Passover.

Maya as Kamala introduced her husband as a shy man who doesn’t like all the attention, and Martin perfectly gave off a giddy and bashful performance.

During the sketch, Chloe Fineman took to the stage as the Doug‘s daughter Ella Emhoff, who was recently signed to IMG Models.

Chloe came out striking fierce poses, while saying, “You may think I look insane, but I assure you I’m the most normal looking girl in Bushwick.”

Make sure you check out Maya Rudolph‘s portrayal of Beyonce from earlier in the show!

Meghan McCain Says Kamala Harris Contributed to Vaccine Hesitancy

Meghan McCain is accusing Kamala Harris of casting doubt on vaccines.

The View co-host opened up on Tuesday’s episode (March 16) by implying that the Vice President contributed to reluctance to get the coronavirus vaccine, showing a clip of her from back in 2020 when she said she wouldn’t trust the vaccine if it had been created under President Donald Trump.

“She’s expressing skepticism about the vaccine under the Trump administration. A lot of Republicans I know are expressing skepticism about the vaccine under the Biden administration. Which is why this has been so dangerous that this has become so politicized. Both sides are equally responsible for this. But the media really lauded her at the time when she said that she didn’t get nearly enough pushback,” she said.

“Republicans are contrarian by nature, we are built from my very fabric up to question authority and question big government. And when big government is saying you have to do X, Y and Z, we’re going to question it. I’m going to question it.”

That said, Meghan said she trusted doctors and would get the vaccine on-air if possible – although she did have lingering doubts about Dr. Anthony Fauci.

“I know I’m going to get eviscerated for saying this. But I don’t 100% trust him, I don’t think that he is an unbiased actor in any of this and he is a government official — I’m one of those people who feel that way about him.”

Check out part of the conversation inside.

For information on getting the coronavirus vaccine, head to cdc.gov.