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Kamala Harris gives a weak answer when asked if she could beat Donald Trump in 2024


Kamala Harris gives a weak answer when asked if

she could beat Donald Trump in 2024

Vice President Kamala Harris wobbled when asked by a reporter whether she and President Joe Biden could beat former President Donald Trump in 2024. Kamala only hopes to be on the ticket, there is a huge movement in democratic circles to get Joe to get rid of Kamala, and show her lack of trust.

Question: Madam Vice-President

would you support the visit of the new Speaker of the House of Representatives -- the Speaker of the United States House of

Representatives to Taiwan?

Vice President :

Oh, I'm not gonna talk about that.

I think so - first of all, I don't think we have already made a decision yet on who is the Speaker of the House of Representatives? Or did it happen when I was here?

Question: This hasn't happened yet.

Vice President: Okay.

  • Question: Madam Vice President a little.
  • Former President Trump announced
  • as we were about to come here

that he would run again for president.

I wonder if you have a response to this announcement and whether you and President Biden on the ticket will beat him or not.

Vice President :

Well :

as the President said, he intends to run. And I'll follow him if he does. I have no doubt about the strength of our work over the past two years.

We gave the American people unprecedented aid during

the height of the pandemic.

A law concerning infrastructure has been passed and has been widely discussed.

but we have already done it.

We have recently, with the Inflation Reduction Act

done a number of things, including reducing the cost of health care - Not to mention $370 billion in the climate crisis, which is one of the reasons I am here in the Philippines, because the climate crisis is an issue that requires leadership around the world, and in particular, I would say, America's leadership.

Question but do you think that President Trump - the nomination of former President Trump is good for the country

for America?

The Vice-President (spoke in Arabic):

I am now thinking about what we need to do in

the Indo-Pacific region. Thank you for asking.

The correct answer is simple

Before we could defeat him once more, we defeated him.

But Harris, because she's a terrible politician, turned a simple throw into a failed word power. Democratic strategists are nervous and want it out of the index.

Slate magazine just launched

the Harris a dud that should be replaced on the ticket:

Harris' presidential campaign will be remembered as one of the worst election campaigns of that cycle. Internally, it was a catastrophic mess.

Externally :

  • he provided a series of mixed messages
  • short-lived slogans
  • attempts to retreat along the ideological spectrum.

Her dazzling presence in planned speeches and moments of chaos faded when she was forced to reflect - and convey a coherent political position - on her feet.

It was a stunning disappointment that

included a lesson on electoral politics:

candidates who looked promising on paper could easily flop under pressure.

While Joe Biden balances his run for re-election even as he becomes the first U.S. president in his 80s in history, he must think again about what it was like to watch Harris' campaign flare up.

Biden's second term could mean greater risks o

 choosing a vice president

not only because Biden is older than him the first time around, but because a vice president who serves when he leaves could be the frontrunner in the 2024 Democratic primary.

Harris :

who has proved helpless for a presidential candidate who has done little to distinguish herself since, is not a good choice for the top Democratic candidates. For his second term, if he is seeking one (he should not!) Biden must take advantage of someone else.