Biden Administration Becoming More Overt In Snubbing Kamala Harris

Less than one year into the Biden administration, things are already falling apart. It is more than apparent as Americans look around at what the nation is becoming. Gas prices are higher than ever, crime rises amid defunded police departments, and the supply chain crisis has a catastrophic ripple effect.

However, things are also falling apart within the walls of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Things are not playing out very smoothly between the Biden administration and Vice President Kamala Harris.

Last week, the White House put in real effort to dispel rumors of tension between themselves and the vice president. They released several statements about how great Harris is and a valued member of the administration.

However, as time passes, the White House is becoming more overt in its snubbing of the vice president, as the Next News Network draws attention to.

During a recent press briefing, Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy questioned White House press secretary Jen Psaki about an interesting matter. Doocy asked if Vice President Harris could expect an automatic endorsement from Biden if she chose to run for office in either the 2024 or 2028 presidential election.

From this point, Psaki’s response was very telling. The White House press secretary first answered by noting that Biden selected Harris as his 2020 running mate because she’s the individual he wanted as his right-hand woman.

Then, Psaki went on to explain Harris is a valued partner and an innovative leader. After noting the vice president’s track record of projects taken on thus far, the press secretary declared she couldn’t predict if or when Harris would make a presidential run.

Of course, Psaki chose not to answer the question, and this is very telling. Doocey didn’t ask for a prediction about whether Harris would make another presidential run. He wondered if Biden would endorse Harris, should she run in 2024 or 2028.

Last week, the vice president engaged in an interview with Good Morning America. During this segment, Harris was asked whether she feels unhappy in the White House or appropriately treated.
As to be expected, the vice president dismissed any talk of this nature. Harris declared that she and the Biden administration are a team that’s working on getting things done.

Quite frankly, this appears to be a cop-out, as was Psaki’s answer when questioned about whether Biden would support Harris if she chooses to run for president again. Nevertheless, it speaks volumes that the White House could not confirm they’d endorse Harris if she were to run for president again.