It was the second year in a row that Vice President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden phoned into the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade broadcast. President Joe Biden and Jill Biden made a surprise call into the program. The president thanked those who had responded to the emergency and hinted at a call he would have later with members of the armed forces.
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— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) November 22, 2022
He expressed his gratitude to the first responders by saying, “I want to give thanks to the firefighters, the police officers, and first responders — they never take a vacation.” And just so you know, we’re going to be talking to some of our soldiers later on today, both here and overseas.
Despite the fact that the call to service members was the only activity that was mentioned on Biden’s agenda for Thursday, he stated that he would also be “spending some time on the island recognizing the first responders here.”
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The Bidens have made it a practice to celebrate the holidays on the island of Nantucket ever since Joe and Jill Biden became the Vice President and First Lady of the United States of America. Today, according to Jill Biden, the Biden family plans to celebrate Thanksgiving by having supper together and then going for a walk on the beach.
The president addressed them, “You are truly the greatest combat force in the history of the world; you are the best fighting force that has ever existed in the history of the world.” “That is not an exaggeration; in the entire course of human history.
It’s not a joke. And the women and men that make up this group are remarkable. In addition, I would want to extend my gratitude to the spouses of those who have served our country since they have been incredibly supportive throughout the years.”
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