Kamala Asked About Her Popularity Problem

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(TargetLiberty.org) A growing number of people from both sides of the political spectrum have been calling for younger lawmakers to enter the race for the White House in 2024. President Joe Biden, 80, is currently the oldest President in U.S. history which has led to many people questioning his plans for reelection in 2024.

Biden has so far claimed that he is fully intent on running for the election again, however, he has not launched an official presidential campaign yet.

Many have also questioned whether it is possible that Biden will choose to leave Vice President Kamala Harris off of the 2024 ticket.

During an exclusive interview with NBC News on Saturday at the Munich Security Conference in Germany, Harris was asked if she belonged to the new generation of leaders that many were asking for in case Biden does not run in 2024.

In response, Harris said that from her experience the American people want people in office who will look at their lives and try to create solutions that will better their lives. She added that Biden is “probably one of the boldest and strongest American presidents we have had in response to the needs of the American people.”

During the interview, Harris was also directly asked about those who don’t believe her to be the right person to be on the 2024 ticket. In response to that she said that the focus should be on the American people and not on the “political chatter out of Washington, D.C.”

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