Two chickens survived the US President's 'pardon'



Two chickens survived the US President's 'pardon'

Two turkeys named 'Peanut Butter' and 'Jelly' could be the food of a family in the United States. But before long, the chickens reached President Joe Biden at the White House. As a result, they do not have to go to the kitchen.

The United States celebrates Thanksgiving Day on the fourth Thursday of November each year, according to CNN. According to him, the day will be observed next Thursday. There is a widespread practice of eating roast turkey at home on this day.

The White House observes the President's pardon for turkey chicken every year on Thanksgiving Day. As part of this, Indiana-raised turkey peanut butter and jelly were shipped to Washington DC last week. They were kept at the Willard Hotel in Lux, Washington. The National Turkey Federation held a press conference with the chickens on Thursday before sending them to the White House. Peanut butter and jelly were presented to the president at a ceremony at the White House Rose Garden on Friday. On that occasion, President Biden announced his apology. With this, the two chickens were saved from being roasted in the kitchen this holiday season.

The chickens have been sent to the Animal Sciences Education and Research Firm at Purdue University. These will be there from now on.

President Biden joked that peanut butter and jelly were chosen based on their mood and appearance. My suspicion is that they have been vaccinated or not, it may have been verified. But yes, these turkeys will no longer be scorched. '

The president added: "Peanut butter and jelly are two names that are no longer acceptable. I can't help but admit to you that although my wife doesn't want me to, I can say that I like to eat these foods at lunch. '


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