How A ‘Deeply Unpopular Primary Candidate’ Kamala Harris Is Already Taking Foreign Calls On Biden’s Behalf

VP Kamala Harris recently took calls on behalf of President Joe Biden and this leads to a question if conservatives and moderates alike should worry about a combination of Harris and Biden.

Daily Wire wrote, “The combination of Kamala Harris — a deeply unpopular candidate during the primaries whose radicalism is being actively masked by a suddenly-adoring legacy media — and Joe Biden — whose entire career has been a string of foreign policy failures — should worry conservatives and moderates alike as the Biden/Harris (or should I say Harris/Biden) administration fleshes out their global agenda, which seems to involve handing the reins to Kamala Harris far earlier than anyone could have predicted.”

Donald Trump Jr. responded to Harris’ move in taking calls with world leaders, “Who could’ve guessed that the guy who couldn’t remember where he was +\- 50% of the time wasn’t going to be the guy actually in charge? Literally my thesis in Liberal Privilege.”

Former Trump advisor Boris Epshteyn listed, “If they’re so “serious,” how come: 1. The @PressSecis terrible, 2. The policies are mindless, job – killing, leftist drivel, 3.@JoeBiden makes no sense, 4.@KamalaHarris is making calls to foreign leaders as VP, 5. They lied about having an original COVID plan?”

The former advisor responded to a story, “Klain said the current White House is the most serious he’s ever seen, with a serious president and a serious set of advisers in place. “And I hope I’m a serious chief of staff,”

White House briefing room released a statement Monday Feb 15, “Vice President Kamala Harris spoke today with President Emmanuel Macron of France, and expressed her commitment to strengthening bilateral ties between the United States and France and to revitalizing the transatlantic alliance.”

Another call took place Jan 21, “Readout of Vice President Harris’s Call with World Health Organization Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.”

The statement, “Vice President Kamala Harris spoke by phone today with World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus to discuss the decision by the United States to reverse its withdrawal from the WHO in one of the first acts following inauguration, fulfill its financial obligations, and work as a constructive partner to strengthen and reform the WHO. The Vice President emphasized that she and President Biden believe the WHO is vital to controlling COVID-19 and building back better our global health and pandemic preparedness.”

The news on Harris taking calls for Biden within the first month into his presidency becomes alarming and how Biden would say he is a ‘transition candidate’ but Harris is doing a lot more compared to how other administrations did things.

New York Post reported, “Pence seldom spoke with world leaders toward the end of his term, he did so occasionally in earlier years and sometimes met with foreign leaders on trips abroad.”

“Pence spoke on the phone with Trudeau in 2019 and with the presidents of Argentina and Australia in 2017. He spoke in 2018 and 2019 with Colombia’s president. He spoke in 2018 with Iraq’s prime minister and in 2019 with Ukraine’s president.”

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