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For a Moment A Black Woman Had Presidential Powers

Let’s take a moment to celebrate a milestone

Kamala Harris | Photo Credit | Associated Press

When Joe Biden transferred power to Vice President Kamala Harris as he underwent “a routine medical procedure,” she became the first woman to ever hold “presidential powers.” Let’s take a moment to consider that in 244 years, no woman has reached this…




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Allison Gaines

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