A new article by the New York Times shows that even many Democrats were no longer in support of Vice President Kamala Harris. The Democrats, who predominantly spoke with the publication anonymously said that Harris has been struggling with defining a clear role for herself.
According to the article, even Harris’s allies were quickly losing interest and were no longer
waiting for her to take action. As the article reports one of the few things that most Democrats can actually agree on is the fact that Harris is a disappointment.
Discussions about Harris’s failure to rise to the political challenge are common on Capitol Hill, and around the nation according to the report. In the article, it was also disclosed that there were certain members of the Democratic party who were starting to completely lose hope of her doing anything with her position.
Democratic fundraiser John Morgan, who was happy to have his name written in the record, said that he voted against Harris because of her weaknesses to take action. He also noted that Harris’ lack of success would more likely lead to further criticisms of the President.
Morgan also pointed out that because of the President’s age, the criticisms including Harris are only going to intensify. Biden is currently the oldest president to ever serve having turned 80 a few months back. Morgan in his commentary said that the only thing he could think of that Harris had done tremendously well is to get out of the way during the ceremonies that Biden attended.