She will stop in Alaska on the way to Japan, and in Hawaii before she returns to Washington.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Tuesday that President Joe Biden and the first lady both felt it was important that the delegation be led “at the highest level,” and that Jill Biden looked forward to the long journey to help support U.S. athletes, who will be competing in some of the starkest conditions for an Olympic Games.
She has a robust agenda for roughly 48 hours on the ground in Japan’s capital.
The first lady is set to arrive at Yokota Air Force Base in Tokyo on Thursday afternoon and have
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