While visiting labor leaders in Philadelphia, Veep Kamala Harris proved once again that interviews aren’t her strong suit; Harris came off incredibly unprepared on soft ball questions regarding inflation.
“I acknowledge one must acknowledge that prices are going up, and that people are working hard and, in many cases, are worried about whether they can get through the end of the month and make it all work.”
“What I can say is that people deserve to know that their president, that our administration, is concerned enough to do something about it, so that is what we are doing.”
Harris was in Philadelphia meeting with labor leaders, “touting the administration’s legislative and regulatory push to support organized labor,” the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
“The Inquirer spoke to Harris about a new White House labor task force, diversifying Philadelphia’s unionized workforce, and legislation known as the PRO Act that labor leaders say makes it easier for workers to unionize. We also asked her about inflation and her message to Pennsylvania voters ahead of the midterm elections.”