Vice President Kamala Harris continues to struggle in her search for stardom as the next leader of the Democrats.
Viewed as the soon-successor of President Joe Biden, either in 2028 or 2024, the first female vice president has hit several roadblocks along the journey.
On Wednesday, media circulated the report that First Lady Jill Biden told a group of close supporters that Kamala Harris could “go f*** herself” after the then-Senator attacked Joe Biden during the June 2019 Democratic primary debate.
The same day, the Blaze shared an Atlantic report that Harris “keeps a running tab on journalists and politicians whom she thinks don’t ‘fully understand’ or ‘appreciate her life experience.'”
“The vice president and her team tend to dismiss reporters. Trying to get her to take a few questions after events is treated as an act of impish aggression,” the article said.
“And Harris herself tracks political players and reporters whom she thinks don’t fully understand her or appreciate her life experience.”
It doesn’t help that Biden has appointed Harris to several high-level roles that have been left mismanaged.
For example, when the president’s border situation turned into a crisis, Harris as appointed to address the “root causes.”
Instead, she’s held a few calls with Central American leaders, avoided the border and has yet to hold a press conference on immigration in more than seven weeks in her role.
This week also saw the release of a new poll reporting more American voters would choose former President Donald Trump over Harris if they faced one another in the 2024 presidential election.
Missing the Voters
The McLaughlin & Associates poll asked paticipants how they would “vote in the general election for president between Donald Trump, the Republican candidate and Kamala Harris, the Democrat candidate” in 2024.
Forty-nine percent of respondents said they would vote for Trump. Just 45 percent said they would vote for Harris.
The vice president is supposed to be ascending to her future White House role. Instead, she continues to flounder while the nation seeks leadership.