Kamala Harris 2024? Talk Is Starting

In a recent interview, Vice President Kamala Harris stated that she is “ready to serve,” amid concerns and issues about President Joe Biden’s age and memory.

Prior to the release of Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report on Biden’s inappropriate handling of sensitive materials on Thursday, in which he indicated that Biden’s memory has “severe limits,” Harris declared her preparedness for the president in an interview.

“I’m ready to serve. There’s no doubt about that,” Harris said in an interview with the Wall Street Journal when asked about the challenge of convincing voters that she is qualified for the position.”

She also stated that everyone who has seen her work over her career has “walked away completely aware of my ability to lead.”

Hur’s investigation made no charges against Biden for mishandling secret materials, partly because the report described Biden as a “sympathetic, well-meaning, old guy with limited memory.”

Republicans blasted Biden when the Hur report was released last week, but Democrats have also begun to voice and accept their concerns about Biden’s advanced age and if it would make it more difficult for him to win re-election in this year’s presidential contest.

James Carville, former President Bill Clinton’s senior strategist, said on Saturday that the White House did not think highly of Biden after he rejected an interview on Super Bowl Sunday.

“It’s the biggest television audience, by far, and you get to conduct a 20–25-minute interview on that day,” Carville said. “So you don’t do it? That is a symptom that either the staff or you lack confidence in yourself. “There is no other way to view this.”

Hur’s attack on Biden’s memory and his subsequent reaction, according to Paul Begala, a veteran Clinton adviser, were “bad for Democrats.”

“Oh yes. “Look, I’m a Biden fan, and I slept like a baby last night, and I woke up every two hours weeping and wetting the bed,” Begala told reporters on Friday. “This is devastating for Democrats. And everybody with a functional brain understands this,” he stated.”

Furthermore, following the release of Hur’s research, a recent survey found that an overwhelming 86% of Americans thought Biden was too old to serve in the Oval Office.

Harris has previously declared that she is willing to serve as president “if necessary,” but she has rejected concerns about Biden’s competence and mental health for the job. She also chastised Republicans last month for their critiques of the issue, claiming that “they have nothing to run on.”

“I’ve been in the Oval Office when presidents of other nations — allies — have literally called to seek Joe Biden for counsel,” Harris explained.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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