Vice President Kamala Harris held a press conference with Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador in Mexico City, Mexico. The event left little doubt who wears the paints in the West Wing, details during the interview show Kamala is running the show.
During the press conference Kamala referred to herself 43 times and only mentioned Biden (her boss) once.
VP Harris is handling her Mexico City presser as if she’s head of state. She’s mentioned Biden’s name once. She’s mentioned herself 43 times.
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) June 8, 2021
Kamala only seemed to be interested in the “needs of of a people” unless they are Americans.
Kamala seems very interested in the “the needs of a people” as long as they don’t live in American border towns.pic.twitter.com/N6uIedqM6b
— Danny De Urbina (@dannydeurbina) June 8, 2021
Harris also told reporters that she had “been to the border before and will go again.”
During her visit to Central America Harris defended her decision to not visit the disaster the administration caused.
“You can’t say you care about the border without caring about the root causes,” Harris said.
She then said what’s occurring at the US border is a “legitimate, correct” concern.
Ya, think? What’s good as the more Kamala put’s herself out there the more people remember why they don’t like her.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki did not report when Harris will visit the border.
“Her assignment was to work with countries and leaders in the Northern Triangle to address root causes, address corruption, and sure, we’re working together to address humanitarian concerns,” Psaki told reporters at the White House.
“We’re not taking advice from former President Trump or most of the Republicans who are criticizing us on this,” Psaki added.
Maybe they should, there was no border crisis until Biden took office.
When Obama was president there was no doubt who was in charge and the same goes for the Trump presidency. Watch the press conference below it leaves little doubt whose running the show at the West Wing.
Below is the press conference: