Teen who overcame stutter with Biden’s help takes part in inauguration

Brayden Harrington, 13, first won hearts during the Democratic National Convention when he opened up about how the president helped him with his stutter.
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Here it was starters its. This touching moment was an indelible image from candidate Joseph Biden's campaign. A lot of practice and I promise. I promise you its. I don't let them sleep. Your hands yeah. I really mean. Adding New Hampshire event Biden stopping to encourage and bond with thirteen year old Braden Harrington and over their shared struggle stuttering. He's still in Aurora Harris saying. We are weighing. Stunner. Is really amazing here than someone like me became. Movement run up front for ice. And the only thing can come. Residents Braden took Biden's inspiration and became one himself delivering a stirring speech at the Democratic National Convention last August his words going viral. Sharing a kid. Shot at a time. Joseph Biden name things for our consul of us spot in my whole life until regime. Has an act tonight Braden will step confidently. Back into the spotlight as part of the inauguration festivities in prime time. What is your role as prime time inauguration. We're we're site edge axes Anne's. India little. Ask not what your country in June Sperry new. It's great news leave here and who are bowed out. Hired. Earnings and Joseph our policy and says hey great. You're my god you got all the people. Want to write my dress was the math. Ring favorites again it happens. Every human parents he's taking his singular experience and connection with president elect Biden and spreading his message. In a children's book coming out this summer. With another down the road we're looking at issue flickering and didn't. Ballot count and in it means overcoming. Challenges years. You partners and its.

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