Many Democrats are beginning to see Vice President Kamala Harris’s presence on a 2024 presidential ticket as a liability, with some admitting they have “lost hope”According to her, in her New York Times report.
Even though President Joe Biden is yet to officially announce his intention to run for the presidency again, he’s made repeated statements about it. But, voters and pundits would probably increase their attention on Harris. Harris would serve as vice president to Joe Biden, who is 82 years old, at the beginning of his second term.
You can find the following: Times reported:
But the painful reality for Ms. Harris is that in private conversations over the last few months, dozens of Democrats in the White House, on Capitol Hill and around the nation — including some who helped put her on the party’s 2020 ticket — said she had not risen to the challenge of proving herself as a future leader of the party, much less the country. Even her advisers confided to reporters that she had become hopeless.
The overwhelming majority of Democrats that were Timesspoke to, keeping anonymity. “avoid alienating the White House,”According to the outlet, Harris does not have the necessary qualifications to become the next president in 2024.
It New York TimesThis report comes days after Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-MA refused to answer the question of Harris joining the Biden ticket for 2024.
“Yes, he should run again,”Warren spoke highly of Biden. Warren, however, said that Harris was his favorite. “I really want to defer to what makes Biden comfortable on his team.”
It TimesAlso, a report revealed that Harris believes she is lacking the “political instincts”Clearance of a Democratic primary was filed. A claim which Clinton spokesman Nick Merrill dismissed.
“They have built and maintained a strong bond. Any other characterization is patently false,” Merrill said of Clinton and Harris’s relationship.
Still, some Democrats are reportedly eying a way to kick Harris off the ’24 ticket “without inflaming key Democratic constituencies that would take offense.”
Prominent Democrat fundraiser John Morgan said Harris’s presence on a presidential ticket with an aging Biden would be “one of the most hard-hitting arguments”For the president.
“It doesn’t take a genius to say, ‘Look, with his age, we have to really think about this,’” Morgan said.
Morgan also attacked Harris for failing to be distinct in her position as vice president.
“I can’t think of one thing she’s done except stay out of the way and stand beside him at certain ceremonies,”Morgan was also added.
It Times’ report comes amid Harris polling lower Biden when it comes to approval ratings. While Biden’s approval rating sits at 42 percent, Harris is polling even lower at 39 percent, according to FiveThirtyEight.
Harris was apparently frustrated and had to rewrite her entire speech one hour prior to a Chicago speaking event during summer. Harris explained to her staff that she needed to rewrite the speech. “wanted to say something more significant, more direct,”According to Times.
Harris also disclosed that she had gone through nine drafts for her Florida speech, where she remembered the 50th anniversary. Roe v. Wade.
Harris’s office has been the source of controversy and high turnovers throughout the first two years of the Biden-Harris administration. Harris lost many of her most senior aides including those who were with her since she was in the U.S. Senate.
There have also been reports of her employees suffering from apathy due to staff turnovers. “constant fear of backstabbing,”Or they just felt. “treated like shit.”
However, Harris’s press secretary Kirsten Allen disputed the Times On Monday, report, “there’s no shortage of people willing to throw shade anonymously and seemingly no shortage of publications willing to write it up and recycle beltway gossip.”
“Those still questioning the VP’s role and impact are choosing not to see what is right in front of them,” Allen added.
There’s no shortage of people willing to throw shade anonymously and seemingly no shortage of publications willing to write it up and recycle beltway gossip. Those still questioning the VP’s role and impact are choosing not to see what is right in front of them.
— Kirsten Allen (@KirstenAllen46) February 6, 2023
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