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The British Embassy in the United States joked with the United States on Independence Day and tweeted the music playlist on July 4th, hoping that the United States would return to the British Empire. ..
Britain, the closest ally to the United States today, has to stab a difficult needle on July 4, when the United States celebrates its independence from the former British Empire. The British Embassy in Washington, D.C. tweeted that it was still saddened about the dissolution.
"I have created a playlist for July 4th," adding the Union Jack and the American flag, separated by a broken heart emoji.
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The embassy tweet celebrated the 246th anniversary of the independence of the United States by Americans.
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President Joe Bidenis a veteran Celebrated this day by hosting a barbecue for First Lady Jill Biden and the White House family.
"July 4th is the sacred day of our country. It is the only country on earth established on the idea that all human beings are created equally. It's time to celebrate the goodness of our country, "Biden wrote on Twitter.
"No doubt, our best days are still ahead," he added.
Later Biden said his idea was on the Americans who gave their lives to serve the country.
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"While celebrating July 4th, I am thinking ofmyriad military personnelwho have vowed to protect democracy in our country and around the world, "he wrote. "We are forever in debt to those who are making many sacrifices to keep us safe."