Kamala Harris made history by becoming the Vice President of the United States. He made history again. This time Kamala is the president. This is the first time a woman has been elected to the presidency in the United States.
A colonoscopy was performed on Friday as part of a routine health check-up by US President Joe Biden, according to the BBC. At that time Kamala was given the presidential power. Kamala, 56, became president for 75 minutes.
Joe Biden was given anesthesia while undergoing a colonoscopy. So he handed over power to Kamala. Biden’s doctor, Kevin O’Connor, said in a statement that his condition was “OK.” He is now ready for regular duties.
He was examined just before Biden’s 69th birthday. Kamala Harris, meanwhile, has not used the president’s office since taking office. He has been in the West Wing of the White House. However, it is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
White House Press Secretary Jane Sackie said it was “unbelievable” that Kamala had been in office for so long. The United States Constitution provides for this, and it is done as part of the regular procedure. He added that similar powers had been handed over to former US President George W. Bush in 2002 and 2006.
The oldest president in US history is Joe Biden. Earlier, in 2019, he had a complete health check-up. “I feel very good,” he said after returning to duty yesterday.