Kamala Harris Served As Acting President For 85 Minutes During Biden’s Colonoscopy

While President Joe Biden went under anesthesia for a colonoscopy, Vice President Kamala Harris took over as commander-in-chief for 85 minutes. The presidency is one of the most powerful positions in the world’s most powerful country, and a woman has never held it. She was officially named acting president, although Biden kept the title of president.

According to the reports, President Joe Biden said this morning in the House of Representatives that he will undergo a “normal medical procedure needing anesthesia.” While Biden is sedated for the surgery, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has assumed the job of acting president, according to a letter to the House.

Moreover, when the procedure was completed, the president sent a separate letter resuming his powers. President Joe Biden claims he is “capable of discharging the powers and responsibilities of the Office of the United States President.” He stated that he was acting under the 25th Amendment to the United States Constitution in a separate letter.

Furthermore, when she was sworn, Harris became the first female vice president and the first Asian vice president in US history. At the White House Medical Center for the President, President Joe Biden got a 5-hour medical examination.

According to the study, Biden’s mobile gait had tightened due to spinal arthritis and other factors. Biden pardoned two Thanksgiving turkeys called Peanut Butter and Jelly after the exam. On Saturday, Biden will turn 79 years old. Joe Biden is in good health, according to White House press secretary Jen Psaki. While he was sedated for the surgery, the president presided.