Vice President Harris' plane forced to return due to technical problem

Vice President Harris' plane forced to return due to technical problem

Vice President Harris' plane forced to return due to technical problem

A plane carrying United States vice president Kamala Harris on her first foreign trip was forced to return to base after just 30 minutes following a "technical difficulty".

"We all said a little prayer but we're good", she continued.

Harris' global trip comes amid the United States border crisis, alongside Mexico and Guatemala.

The vice president's press secretary Symone Sanders told reporters they would have to travel back to the airport and switch planes for the flight.

Vice President Kamala Harris' plane heading to Guatemala and Mexico was forced to land after AF2 technical issues. There are no major safety concerns, " Sanders said.

According to Russian news agency Sputnik, Harris had to return to Joint Base Andrews shortly after her plane took off for Latin America on Sunday.

Harris is taking her first trip overseas as President Joe Biden's deputy with an eye towards tackling the root causes of migration from the region - one of the thorniest issues facing the White House.

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