Joe Concha, a contributor to Fox News, refutes a Washington Post piece that accuses Vice President Harris of using female pronouns inappropriately during a White House meeting and implies that “MAGA” signifies a return to the 1950s.
NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! Read this article. The vice president has hit a “unparalleled low point,” according to New York Magazine, which highlighted Kamala Harris’ “fall in political traction” in a piece titled “The Kamala Harris Conundrum.”
According to the article by Gabriel Debenedetti, when the Biden administration “selected the future leader of a robust, thriving post-Trump Democratic Party,” Harris was “partly a victim of the great expectations” that were placed on her.
According to Debenedetti, some of Harris’ defenders would claim that she is “one of the few things” halting the Biden administration’s declining support.
Democrats are left with a dilemma since the potential replacement is equally unpopular as the incumbent but also equally indispensable, according to Debenedetti.
On June 24, 2022, Vice President Kamala Harris arrives in Aurora, Illinois by Air Force Two. (Getty Pictures) )
The article continued by saying that Harris’ drop in popularity began with her trip to Central America and that she “seemed dismissive of a proposal that she visit the border.”
When asked by a reporter in March 2021 if Harris intended to travel to the border, the vice president laughed. Not today,” she replied with a smile. She continued, “I’ve been here before, and I probably will again.”
According to the source, Harris was worried that addressing the border situation would be “clearly political loser.”
“When Biden asked for updates during their tense discussion, she sat silent and let other officials speak. She then instructed her assistants to emphasize that she was concentrating on the causes of migration rather than the border itself “According to the New York Magazine story.
Joe Biden, the president, addresses the media. The Fox News
Questions about Harris’ “readiness for the top job” are more frustrating for Harris’ followers and backers because President Biden recently tested positive for COVID-19.
According to New York Magazine, “the worry largely stems from her occasionally stuttering responses to journalists.” Due to the “implosion” of Harris’ 2020 campaign as well, party contributors have expressed fear for Harris as a prospective presidential contender, Debenedetti noted.
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