Brayden Harrington is a teenage boy who was befriended by Joe Biden, President of the United States of America. They bonded over their stutter. In the recent inaugural special the boy recited JFK.

The teen boy got an opportunity to meet and interact with Biden which led both them to bond with each other as a fellow stutterer. As a result, the boy was invited to be a part of a primetime inaugural special event.

JFK Address By Biden Stutter Buddy

Brayden Harrington is 13 years of age and lives in the state of New Hampshire. He bonded with the President over their shared experience with stuttering when they had met at a campaign event during the winter in the year 2020.

This bonding brought him an invite to ‘Celebrating America’ which was a 90-minute program that was seen on the television on Wednesday night. The show featured some guests in order to mark the inauguration of Joe Biden as the incoming president of the US.

Interestingly, Harrington read a famous line by JFK: “Ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country.” This line is one of the most popular lines from the inaugural address by John F. Kennedy, former President of the United States of America.

Before his JFK recitation in the 90-minute program, Barrington had shared that Biden must strive to bring all Americans together and unite the nation.

The teenager is also getting ready to release a book on 10th August 2021. The book is titled ‘Brayden Speaks Up’ and is being published by HarperCollins Children’s Book. The announcement of the book release was made by him on Tuesday.