Breaking stereotypes: Kamala Harris' husband quit his job to support wife

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Doug Emhoff, husband of Kamala Harris, embraced his role as a political surrogate during the campaign. Photos: AP Photo/Michael Perez

In the Biden White House, the first lady wants to keep her job teaching and the second gentleman plans to quit his law firm to support the vice president’s career.

When it comes to political marriages, we've reached a new moment.

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