Biden says Harris ‘won’t be the last’ female U.S. president or vice president

President Joe Biden, according to Breitbart News, just said that Vice President Kamala Harris “won’t be the last woman” to be either the president or vice president of the United States. 

The incident occurred at a recent event that was held at the White House to celebrate the Jewish new year, known as Rosh Hashanah.

Biden, there, was joined by Harris, First Lady Jill Biden, and Dough Emhoff, Harris’s husband, who happens himself to be Jewish.

What did he say?

At the event, Biden was introduced by Emhoff, who said that he was proud to address those in attendance as the “first Jewish spouse of a president or vice president.”

“Doug’s right,” Biden replied. “You are the first, but Kamala often says you won’t be the last.”

Biden continued:

As you’re about to find out, Doug and I married way above our station. We’ve already seen one example of that and you’ll soon see another. Doug, thank you for the introduction. And Doug’s right, you’re the first but Kamala often says, you won’t be the last. Kamala won’t be the last woman to be Vice President or President.

Wait, what?

The last thing that any of us should try to do is interpret Biden’s statements. Half the time, it is not clear whether he knows what he means.

Biden, though, has a rather lengthy history of referring to Harris as either the president or the head of his administration. There have been times when Biden has publicly referred to Harris as “President Harris,” such as this one. And, there have been other times, such as this one, when Biden referred to his administration as the “Harris-Biden administration.”

So, in the grand scheme of things, it is really not all that surprising to hear Biden trying to push the presidential title on Harris.

Harris remains as unpopular as ever

For many, just the thought of a Harris presidency is enough to raise one’s anxiety levels.

Following her failed presidential run, Harris supporters hoped that Harris would prove herself as Biden’s vice president, but it hasn’t happened. If anything, Harris has only proved what many Americans had already suspected, namely, that she is not qualified for the job.

The good news is that, if the polls are accurate, Harris won’t be getting anywhere near the U.S. presidency – at least if American voters have something to say about it. Real Clear Politics currently has Harris sitting on an average favorability rating of 37.8%. So, it appears as though Harris, thankfully, won’t even get the opportunity to be “the last woman” president.