Vice President may be past the point of no return, says New York Magazine in a recent piece “The Kamala Harris Conundrum.” The mag highlights Harris’ “slip in political traction” and says the vice president has reached an “unparalleled low point.”
From Fox News:
The article, written by Gabriel Debenedetti, said that Harris was “partly a victim of the enormous expectations” the Biden administration placed on her while “selecting the future leader of a vibrant, thriving post-Trump Democratic Party.”
Debenedetti said some of Harris’ supporters would argue she was “one of the few things” keeping the Biden administration’s plummeting popularity at bay.
It leaves “Democrats with a conundrum: a successor-in-waiting who is just as disliked as the standard-bearer but is also exactly as irreplaceable,” Debenedetti wrote.
Harris has seen a lot of staff turnover in the last year as two more aides, domestic policy adviser Rohini Kosoglu and director of speechwriting Meghan Groob, decided to depart the vice president’s office in July.
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