SHOCKING Claims Made About Kamala!

( – In a shocking declaration about the Democrats, which might as well be taken to spell their doom, the White House has proclaimed that Vice President Kamala Harris represents “the future of the Democratic Party.”

The White House claim came as key figures in the party and their supporters strategize on a successor for President Biden, should the 81-year-old president decide not to continue with his reelection campaign, The New York Post notes in a report.

During a press conference, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre emphasized Harris as the successor to Biden, mistakenly referring to her as “president” while discussing Biden’s previous statement from his 2020 campaign that he viewed himself as a “transitional” candidate.

“One of the reasons why he picked the vice president, President [sic] Kamala Harris, is because she is indeed the future of the party,” Jean-Pierre commented at her routine briefing.

At 59, Harris faces serious potential competition for the Democratic presidential nomination, including California Governor Gavin Newsom, 56, and Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, 52, particularly if Biden decides to step down following what was widely regarded as a poor debate performance last week against former President Donald Trump.

Several leading Democrats express concerns that Harris, who they criticize for her awkwardness in public appearances, might inadvertently enhance Trump’s electoral prospects—though a recent CNN poll indicates Harris is only 2 percentage points behind Trump nationally, compared to Biden’s six-point deficit.

“She would cackle her way all the way to the Oval [Office] if she could,” a critic within the Democratic Party said.

Polls generally show Harris with lower favorability ratings than Biden—currently averaging 38.7% compared to Biden’s 39.8%, based on an aggregation by RealClearPolitics of recent polling data.

It remains uncertain whether Jean-Pierre’s assertion reflects President Biden’s view, who, during a Wednesday call with campaign staff, reaffirmed his commitment to maintaining the current Democratic ticket for the election on November 5.

“There is no one I’d rather be in this battle with than all of you,” Biden declared during the call—after the New York Times editorial board urged him to withdraw last Friday and several House Democrats publicly anticipated his defeat against Trump if he remains in contention.

“Let’s link arms. Let’s get this done—you, me, the vice president, together,” Biden articulated.

“We will not back down. We will follow our president’s lead. We will fight, and we will win,” Harris asserted to the campaign staff.

Throughout his presidency, Biden has occasionally shown frustration with Harris.

“A point of tension in their relationship is that I don’t think that the president sees her as somebody who takes anything off of his plate” due to a “fear of messing up,” a former White House official disclosed to Reuters last year.

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