First Native American Congresswomen Embrace As They Are Sworn In

The internet is feeling all kinds of ways after seeing the touching moment Deb Haaland and Sharice Davids shared a hug with each other as they were sworn into the United States' 116th Congress. You can tell by their embrace that they are filled with emotional after this monumental step for the United States Congress. Sharice even shares her scarf to wipe the tears from Debs face. A real sisterhood. They have now made history as the first Native American women elected to Congress.


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