Vice President Biden was in the house to see the United States beat Ghana at the World Cup. He congratulated the team afterwards.
Despite arriving late to the U.S.'s opening World Cup game against Ghana and missing their first goal 29 seconds in, Vice President Biden stopped by the locker room to congratulate them on their 2-1 victory. (YouTube/The White House)
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