Kamala Harris Says She’s Willing to ‘Take Over the Job of Being President’ as Doubts about Biden Mount

Vice President Kamala Harris has stated that she’s willing to “take over the job of being president” as concerns continue to stack up about Joe Biden’s fitness for office.

Harris made the comments during a new Associated Press (AP) interview published Wednesday.

The VP was responding to mounting concerns from a majority of Americans that President Biden is not capable of governing effectively.

Controversies surrounding Biden and his family’s foreign influence-peddling business have also seen many, including Democrats, turn against the president as Republicans prepare to launch impeachment proceedings.

“Joe Biden is going to be fine, so that is not going to come to fruition,” Harris told the AP.

“But let us also understand that every vice president — every vice president — understands that when they take the oath they must be very clear about the responsibility they may have to take over the job of being president.”

“I’m no different,” Harris asserted.

Democrats, the Biden administration, and their allies in the corporate media have long defended the 80-year-old president throughout his term.

They insist that Americans are happy with Biden’s track record.

However, polls show that Biden’s age remains a concern for the majority of voters.

77 percent of Americans believe Biden is too old to govern effectively.

69 percent of Democrats even said Biden is too old for a second term.

61 percent also said he likely would not make it through another term in office.

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Harris defended Biden during her AP interview.

She argues that Biden “delivers” as president.

“I see him every day,” the vice president told the AP.

“A substantial amount of time we spend together is in the Oval Office, where I see how his ability to understand issues and weave through complex issues in a way that no one else can to make smart and important decisions on behalf of the American people have played out.”

“And so I will say to you that I think the American people ultimately want to know that their president delivers. And Joe Biden delivers.”

Biden defended his age in his remarks Monday.

He downplayed concerns and tried to frame the issue as a positive.

“Someone said, ‘You know, that Biden, he’s getting old,’” Biden said during his Labor Day remarks in Philadelphia on Monday.

“Well guess what, guess what … the only thing that comes with age is a little bit of wisdom.

“I’ve been doing this longer than anybody, and guess what, I’m going to continue to do it, with your help.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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