Vice President Kamala Harris has found herself in the headlines again as a video of the Vice President awkwardly chuckling when asked about her status in the Biden administration.
Harris was asked by ABC News’s George Stephanopoulos about if she felt “misused or underused” by President Biden.
The Vice President predictably resorted to awkwardly chuckling as she responded, “No, I don’t.” Of course, the truth of the situation is something the Vice President isn’t allowed to reveal.
Harris tried to shore up her response by saying, “I am very, very excited about the work that we have accomplished, but I am also absolutely, absolutely clear-eyed that there is a lot more to do, and we’re gonna get it done.”
Vice President Harris has been underwater in approval ratings, and the Biden administration has done its best to hide Harris from the public eye.
Anything that President Biden has given to the Vice President to deal with, she has messed it up royally. Vice President Harris’s trip to South America to tackle immigration issues was particularly disastrous.
The Vice President has taken so much heat that her awkward chuckling has become her only defense mechanism when confronted by reporters.
One thing has become clear; President Biden would likely give anything to replace his Vice President with someone who poses less of a liability.