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Vice President Kamala Harris Amid rising inflation and economic uncertainty in the US, Paris spends more than $ 500 on cookware
The vice president visited the store last week on his four-day diplomatic trip to Paris, where the high-end cookware store e. It has been reported to have dropped 516 euros on pots and pans in dehillurin.
The shop is located outside the world-famous Louvre Museum, where Leonardo da Vinci’s famous painting, Monalisa hangs.
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Harris went home a A serving dish Costing about $ 375, a Frying pan About $ 160, as well as a multitude of other kitchenware, Including A porcelain egg dish and a copper cleaner, according to the store, revealed the amount of the purchase Washington Free Beacon.
By comparison, a mouviel copper Saucepan Shipped by luxury brand Williams Sonoma – in Harris’ home state of California – it costs between $ 200 and $ 285.
E. After arriving in Dehillurin, journalists asked Harris how her trip to France had prepared her for president. The Vice-President looked at the reporter with a sense of surprise, noting that he did not directly answer the question but attributed the success of his diplomatic mission.
“Let me tell you, this is a very productive and great trip,” he said, adding that the US “has a lot to follow.”
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As Harris bought luxury cookware in Paris, Americans at home continued to face the grim realities of rising inflation and costs across the board.
The Biden administration temporarily opened the Strategic Petroleum Reserve this week to reduce gas and energy prices in the winter and reduce the rising cost of fuel.
Additionally, America is facing a supply chain crisis and a shortage of workers that are getting worse day by day. Thanksgiving this year is expected to be the most expensive in three decades compared to last year.
Harris’ office did not respond to Free Beacon’s request for comment on the purchase.
Kaitlyn McFall of LBL contributed to this report.