A bipartisan group of members of Congress served U.S. troops stationed in South Korea Thanksgiving lunch.
The lawmakers were in South Korea Thursday to support service members and their families stationed in the country, bringing them Thanksgiving lunch and spending time with them. The same group of bipartisan lawmakers continued their trip, landing in Taiwan Thursday evening despite warnings from China.
The bipartisan delegation included veteran members of Congress who also threw the football around with the service members and their families.
BIDENS VISIT COAST GUARD STATION, MEET VIRTUALLY WITH SERVICE MEMBERS AROUND THE GLOBE ON THANKSGIVING
“Happy Thanksgiving from South Korea – Enjoyed serving our troops today!!” Rep. Nancy Mace, R-S.C., tweeted Thursday. “Many of our soldiers haven’t been able to visit home or have their families visit them since the start of COVID. Incredibly important to give our men and women in uniform a heartfelt thanks.”
“Happy Thanksgiving! This year, Chairman [Mark Takano], [Rep. Colin Allred], [Mace], [Rep. Sara Jacobs], and [Rep. Elissa Slotkin] served Thanksgiving lunch — and threw the football around — to our servicemembers and their families stationed in South Korea,” the House Veterans Affairs Committee Democrats’ Twitter account wrote Thursday.