The New York Times recently published an article about Vice President Kamala Harris’ struggles in defining her role as vice president.
The article cited “White House officials” who claimed that Harris has been avoiding interviews for roughly a year after a “disastrous” 2021 interview with NBC News anchor Lester Holt, in which she struggled to explain a strategy for securing the border and made a joke about not visiting Europe. The White House and the Vice President’s office have not responded to requests for comment.
- Kamala Harris struggled in a 2021 interview with NBC News anchor Lester Holt to explain the administration’s strategy for securing the border.
- Harris has been avoiding interviews for roughly a year after the incident.
- White House officials have cited a fear of making mistakes and disappointing President Biden as the reason for Harris’ lack of interviews.
- The Vice President’s office has not commented on the claims made by White House officials.
- The New York Times published the story about Harris’ struggles in defining her role as vice president.
As a passionate Republican, it is not surprising to see Vice President Kamala Harris struggling in her role as Vice President. It is concerning that she has been avoiding interviews for a year, indicating a fear of making mistakes and disappointing President Biden.
The lack of transparency and accountability from the Vice President’s office only adds to this concern. It is time for Vice President Harris to step up and take responsibility for her role in the administration, rather than hiding from the public and the media. The American people deserve to hear from their elected officials and have a clear understanding of their plans and actions.