Kamala Harris and Doug Emhoff Surprise Healthcare Workers with Valentine’s Day Cookies
“Have a sweet Valentine’s Day! We appreciate you. Kamala and Doug,” a note on the treat read
VP Kamala Harris and her better half, Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff, made an extraordinary visit during Valentine’s Day weekend.
On Saturday, the couple made an unscheduled stop on at the Washington D.C. VA Center to meet Denis McDonough, the recently affirmed VA secretary, and his significant other Kari, and they distributed bins of treats to fundamental medical care laborers.
“Have a sweet Valentine’s Day! We appreciate you. Kamala and Doug,” the note on each exclusively wrapped treat read.
“We are so thankful for you,” Harris, 56, said to the specialists and medical attendants, who were given espresso by the McDonoughs.
On Saturday, Emhoff, 56, shared a photograph from the sweet astonishment on Instagram.
“This present Valentine’s Day weekend, our hearts are with the medical services saints working nonstop to help our country during this troublesome time,” he said. “I’m so happy Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough and Kari McDonough could go along with us as we expressed gratitude toward the persevering staff at the DC VA Medical Center.”
This year will check Harris and Emhoff’s first Valentine’s Day since her memorable Jan. 20 swearing-in service.
Last August, Harris and Emhoff, who marry in 2014, praised their 6th wedding commemoration. “@douglasemhoff, there’s nobody I’d preferably be with on this excursion,” the previous California representative wrote in her recognition.
Harris met the dad of two on an arranged meeting set up by her closest companion in 2013.
In January, Harris plunked down for another meeting with Jane Pauley of CBS News’ Sunday Morning and uncovered that she Googled Emhoff before their arranged meeting.
“I did!” Harris said with a chuckle, while Emhoff grinned and said, “Goodness. This is an uncover!”
“Thus, indeed, my closest companion set us up on an arranged meet up,” Harris clarified. “Also, she said, ‘Simply trust me. Simply trust me.’ You know, she needed me to only sort of go into it, and she said, ‘Don’t Google him.’ I did!”
Emhoff proposed in March 2014 and somewhat more than four months after the fact, they got married in a town hall wedding in Santa Barbara, California. Harris’ sister, Maya, directed the service while her niece Meena read part of Maya Angelou’s sonnet “Contacted by an Angel.”
The Senate has spoken.
With a vote of 57-43 on Saturday, they cleared previous President Donald Trump in his uncommon second indictment preliminary in the wake of the U.S. State house assault on Jan. 6.
A sum of 57 representatives casted a ballot to convict Trump.
The House of Representatives had charged Trump on Jan. 13 with inducing a rebellion in the Capitol revolts that saw a horde of his allies storm the structure during a joint meeting of Congress, overpowering law authorization and sending officials into covering up.
Five individuals passed on.
Ten House Republicans joined the Democratic lion’s share in democratic to denounce — the most such votes against a president by individuals from his own gathering. The No. 3 House Republican, Liz Cheney, casted a ballot to denounce.
Trump, 74, is the solitary president to have been twice arraigned, after he was recently accused by the House of maltreatment of force and deterrent of Congress in the Ukraine embarrassment. The Senate vindicated him in that preliminary.
“I need to initially thank my group of committed legal counselors and others for their enthusiastic work maintaining equity and shielding truth. My most profound thanks too to the entirety of the United States Senators and Members of Congress who stood gladly for the Constitution we as a whole respect and for the hallowed lawful standards at the core of our country. Our treasured Constitutional Republic was established on the fair guideline of law, the crucial defend for our freedoms, our privileges and our opportunities,” Trump said in an explanation following the consequences of the preliminary.
His second arraignment preliminary opened on Feb. 9 and saw the House arraignment chiefs (undifferentiated from investigators) reproduce a timetable of Trump’s conduct previously, during and after the Capitol assaults and of the commotion unfurling inside the structure.
Depending on the freely available report of Trump’s remarks just as broad video film, including beforehand concealed security video, they contended that Trump’s months-long cases that the November political decision was ill-conceived instigated the viciousness among his allies.
This was encapsulated by a Jan. 6 assembly close to the White House in which he urged participants to before long walk on Congress, which they did, and to “battle like damnation” for the country, which he cautioned was being taken away.
He advised convention participants to be serene and devoted be that as it may, when huge gatherings of his allies plunged into horde savagery at the Capitol, Trump adulated them as “unique” even as he advised them to leave.
Afterward, Trump tweeted, “These are the things and occasions that occur. … Recall this day for eternity!”
“Jan. 6 was not some surprising revolutionary overstep from his typical decent and serene attitude, this was his perspective,” Rep. Jamie Raskin, the lead indictment administrator, told the Senate. “He realized that egged on by his tweets and his directives for a wild time in Washington, his extraordinary devotees would appear brilliant and early, prepared to assault, prepared for outrageous brutality to battle like damnation for their saint.”
Trump’s to some degree opposing informing — asking his allies on alongside intermittent, if faint, calls for harmony — was additionally the center of his safeguard group’s introduction, who said his discourse didn’t establish instigation.
His lawyers additionally contended a previous president couldn’t stand preliminary in the Senate and that the denunciation was political vengeance by Democrats who needed to banish him from future races.
“That is the genuine explanation we’re here,” lawyer Bruce Castor Jr. said.