Vice President Kamala Harris touted the Biden administration’s recovery plan during a visit to Rhode Island Wednesday.
Harris and Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo – the former governor of Rhode Island – made stops in the state to discuss the American Jobs Plan.
After Air Force 2 landed at T.F. Green Airport, Harris was expected to an attend an event featuring small businesses as well as a small business roundtable.
Harris and Raimondo were seen making an impromptu stop at a book store in Providence's Wayland Square, where Raimondo was overheard telling the vice president,"This is my neighborhood store…the best place ever."
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Harris was slated to depart for Washington around 4:55 p.m.
On Tuesday, Raimondo and Labor Secretary Marty Walsh – the former Boston mayor – visited Connecticut to promote apprenticeship programs.