Kamala Harris faced one question that actually made every Democrat very uncomfortable
Kamala Harris is facing serious questions about her political future.
There are even rumors Democrats are preparing to confirm a replacement Vice President.
And Kamala Harris faced one question that actually made every Democrat very uncomfortable.
Kamala Harris granted a rare TV interview to try and blunt the damage inflicted by stories in CNN and POLITICO about how Biden’s team abandoned any idea of Harris functioning as a political asset.
She wanted to address the idea that Party leaders considered Harris so hobbled that multiple Democrats planned to challenge Harris in the 2024 primary if Joe Biden declines to seek re-election.
Harris chose ABC’s George Stephanopoulos for the interview knowing that Stephanopoulos – a former Clinton loyalist – would treat Harris with kid gloves.
But even in a softball interview setting, Harris struggled.
Stephanopoulos asked Harris about the CNN story which reported Democrats believe Harris put together a poor team that consistently failed Harris.
Harris couldn’t even tee up the answer her staff surely prepared her with.
Instead, Harris dodged the question and tried to celebrate passage of the $1.2 trillion fake infrastructure bill.
“This was a good week,” Harris stated, “and this week, when we got this Bipartisan Infrastructure Act passed and signed by the president, it makes a statement about all of the hard work that has gone into it, month after month after month,” Harris began.
She continues by stating “I’ve traveled around the country, as has the president and convened members of Congress. We convened people around our nation asking ‘What do you want?’ And this is a response to what they want, and it’s actually going to hit the ground in a way that is going to have direct impact on the American people. We’re getting things done and we’re doing it together.”
That forced Stephanopoulos to ask a second time if Harris felt “misused” in the administration.
This time Harris painfully managed to stick to the script,
“No, I don’t,” Harris responded. “I am very, very excited about the work that we have accomplished, but I am also absolutely clear-eyed that there is a lot more to do, and we’re going to get it done.”
Kamala Harris’ approval rating is 28 percent.
One reason Harris’ approval rating sunk to historic levels of unpopularity is because of her poor performances in the few public appearances and interviews Harris makes.