Harris drops by her local fire station on 4th of July

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Vice President Kamala Harris and her husband, Doug Emhoff, dropped off cookies at their neighborhood fire station in the Brentwood section of Los Angeles on Sunday.

The big picture: Harris is home in California after speaking in Las Vegas on Saturday. Meanwhile, President Biden is returning to the White House on Sunday afternoon for a barbecue with first responders and military families.

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  • Harris mentioned wildfires and the ongoing drought while chatting with the fire fighters, according to pool reports.

  • “This fire season is going to be worse than last year,” the vice president said.

  • Harris and Emhoff were joined at the fire station by Rep. Ted Lieu and his wife, Betty.

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