Biden visits Coast Guard station on Nantucket, calls in to Al Roker on Thanksgiving parade route

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Nantucket, Mass (AP) – President Joe Biden on Thursday wished Americans a happier and closer-than-normal Thanksgiving, in remarks that welcomed the resumption of holiday traditions in many homes in the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic. is celebrated.

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The president said in a video greeting recorded with First Lady Jill Biden at the White House ahead of his visit, “As we give thanks for what we have, we also keep in our hearts those who have lost And those who have lost much.” Nantucket, Mass. for the holiday weekend.

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On Nantucket, Bidens visited the Coast Guard station at Brent Point to virtually meet with US troops from around the world and interact with personnel on the station. “I am grateful to these people,” the president said of what he was grateful for, referring to the members of the Coast Guard standing directly in front of him on the field.

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The press was not allowed inside to see his remarks towards soldiers abroad. Well-wishers shook hands and rejoiced as the Bidens reached the Coast Guard station on motorcycles.

From Nantucket, the Bidens also called Macy’s M,
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The Thanksgiving Day Parade, with NBC broadcaster Al Roker briefly banning and pronouncing America, and its holiday traditions, “back.”

Closed a year ago, spectators lined the route again as some 8,000 participants from across the country took part in parades and marching bands. Parade staff and volunteers were to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and wore masks.

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