Media Worried About Biden’s Replacement

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A New York Post writer is raising concerns about Vice President Kamala Harris’ chances of leading the country.

Michael Goodwin, an opinion columnist for the New York Post, warned that Harris is a “Biden fall away” from taking over responsibility for Presidency.

Critics say the prospect of a Harris presidency is worrisome because of her constant verbal gaffes and low approval ratings.

In mid-May, a Monmouth poll had Harris’s approval rating at 37 percent.

In an April Fox News poll, 43 percent of voters approved of her job performance.

On Fox News’ “The Big Weekend Show,” co-host Tom Shillue discussed Democrats being “stuck” with the vice president.

Shillue suggested no one would have forecasted Harris in the role because “voters didn’t like Kamala Harris too much,” as she had never received much support, but after she attacked Biden and he made her his Vice President, people thought she would “grow into the role.”

However, Shillue declared Harris had “gotten worse.”

“Originally, she talked to children like she was talking to children,” then she spoke to adults like children, the Fox News host added, suggesting Harris’s Presidency would be “different” from Biden’s.

Co-host Anita Vogel highlighted Harris’ impressive resume but asked what happens when the Vice President is on camera.

“She is an accomplished person, right? Vogel began, listing Harris’s accomplishments, including a law degree from UC Hastings, being the district attorney in Alameda, California, and being elected District Attorney to the city and County of San Francisco.

“She was the first African-American woman to serve as California Attorney General” and elected as a Congressional Senator, and was now the vice president, Vogel continued.

Vogel highlighted that Harris was a smart woman on the surface but described being unaware of what would happen “when she gets in front of cameras.”

Fellow co-host Mollie Hemingway noted Harris’ “failure” was interesting because of her long list of accomplishments and achievements.