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    Harris defended Biden sharply in an interview with Charlemagne


    WASHINGTON: Vice President Kamala Harris on Friday landed an experimental exchange with media host Charlemagne Tha God, protecting President Joe Biden from questioning obstacles to passing his social spending package.

    Harris sat down for a taped interview with Charlemagne aired Friday night on Comedy Central’s Tha God’s Honest Truth, where he worked on the administration’s infrastructure package, the maternal mortality issue, and police reform. , In particular, points to West Virginia Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin, whose opposition to the $ 2 trillion Social Expenditure Bill is one of the primary hurdles to pass.

    Manchin, he said, was hurting black people in particular by making progress on key parts of the presidential agenda, and he warned that black voter turnout could decline if roadblocks continued.

    Harris essentially avoided questioning by pointing to the unified Republican opposition as part of Washington’s problem, stressing that with an equally divided upper house, every vote is important, especially in the Senate, and we must hear the voices of those who represent their districts.

    As Harris’s aide tried to end the interview, Charlemagne asked, “I want to know who is the real president of this country, is he Joe Biden or Joe Manchin?” He repeated the question, frustrated by the vice president, Simon, Charlemagne. Of Joe Biden.

    No, no, no, no, Harris insisted. This is Joe Biden, and don’t start talking like a Republican about asking if he’s president.

    He ticked a handful of administrative successes in the Infrastructure Act, such as child tax credits and lead pipe replacement, and continued, I hear frustration, but I do not deny the impact and agree that there is much more to be done.

    It was a remarkably sharp tone from Harris, usually in the presence of silent and on-message public, where he rarely moved away from the point of speaking or ready remarks. But Charlemagne noted that the tune was more reminiscent of Harris’s public profile while in the Senate, when he gained national notoriety through his sharp interrogation during the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings.

    That orange Harris? That’s what I like, he said. Want to see this street often here.

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