Skip to comments.Macron to visit NASA with Kamala Harris as US tour starts
Posted on 11/30/2022 8:53:01 AM PST by Oldeconomybuyer
French President Emmanuel Macron is due to meet Vice President Kamala Harris for a visit to NASA headquarters on Wednesday as he kicks off his state visit to the US.
Macron and his wife are also due to meet US President Biden and his wife for a private dinner later in the day. On Thursday, Macron will attend an official welcoming ceremony hosted by Biden at the White House.
The same day, the leaders are slated to talk about Iran's nuclear program, China's increasing assertiveness in the Indo-Pacific and the growing security concerns in Africa's Sahel region.
Following the talks, Macron and his wife will attend a state dinner with musician Jon Batiste set to perform.
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France is about to lose to Tunisia in the World Cup lolololo
OH BOY! More Veep Thoughts about Space, coming right up!
She loves them electric rocket ships.
Si the collective IQ of NASA will plunge precipitously for that day
Ah, they tied, what the heck.
Don’t worry about working overtime kamala, he’s gay.
One rich old Commie with his grandmother/wife meets another couple of rich Commies to discuss China, Iran and Africa.
Let me guess: War with China and Iran, more unfettered immigration from Africa to both France and the U.S.
Yep. Solving all the world’s problems over a lavish state dinner.
Macron said that he wanted to help her with our county’s alien migration problem, so she took him to NASA.
I rode on the back of the rocket to school...
France is a country that is in Europe, it is a country that speaks French. French is a language they speak in France because that is their language. Europe has many countries but France has the most people that choose French over other languages. As French is spoken mostly in France as people are able to speak French, and schools all over France learn French after they ride their yellow electric school busses to classrooms throughout France.
- Kamala Harris
“I think everyone here recognizes how extraordinary space is. Whether it is satellites that orbit the Earth, humans that land on the Moon, or telescopes that peer into the furthest reaches of the universe, space is exciting. It spurs our imaginations, and it forces us to ask big questions. Space — it affects us all, and it connects us all.”
I don’t know how she can top this profound statement the last time she talked of space...
No fear about her revealing any NASA secrets. Does she even know what NASA stands for?
Maybe Sheila Jackson Lee, a local Congress Woman can be there for the visit and ask once again if the Mars Rover can go to where Neil Armstrong left the American Flag.
She’s no Wernher von Braun.
Nope. She’s straight outta Dr. Seuss!
National Association of Smart Alecs...aka, FReepers.
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