Harris hears criticism from all sides following difficult first trip

Harris hears criticism from all sides following difficult first trip
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[Ed. – Time to own to the fact that she’s not very good at this. She is the first woman VP, the first black VP, and the first Asian VP. When you eliminate those meaningless checkboxes, there is nothing left to explain why she was chosen for the job.]

Vice President Harris is enduring a difficult first foreign trip as vice president, highlighting the difficulty she faces in her role as the Biden administration’s chief official handling the flow of migrants from Central America.

After Harris bluntly told migrants “Don’t come here” in a press conference Monday, she was blasted by progressives in her party and at the same time was targeted by Republicans for not doing enough to help the ongoing problem at the border. And in an NBC News interview on Tuesday, Harris flubbed a response asking if she had plans to visit the border.


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“She is going to be haunted by this trip and this issue for as long as she is in politics,” said one Democratic strategist, in no uncertain terms. “The border is a thorny issue and she can’t win inside her party and she’ll be targeted for … a long time from Republicans.”

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