February 13, 2024

Kamala Harris Claims She's 'Ready to Serve' If Necessary

Vice President Kamala Harris addressed voters' concerns regarding President Joe Biden's age in an interview with the Wall Street Journal, affirming her readiness to serve.

During the interview aboard Air Force Two early last week, Harris responded directly to the question about voters' apprehensions concerning President Biden's age.

She stated, "I am ready to serve. There's no question about that," emphasizing her capability to lead, a sentiment echoed by those who observe her in action.

However, days later, special counsel Robert Hur released a report citing Biden's memory as a factor in the decision not to pursue criminal charges.

The report highlighted Biden's characterization as a sympathetic, elderly individual with memory difficulties, a factor that could sway jurors toward reasonable doubt.

In response to the report, Biden delivered a special address to the nation, attempting to rebut the narrative but inadvertently inviting further scrutiny about his age and mental acuity.

During a press briefing following his remarks, Biden reacted strongly to questions about his memory, disputing claims about his age and mental acuity.

Preceding the release of the report and the subsequent press conference, polling data revealed widespread concerns among Americans regarding Biden's fitness for a second term.

An NBC News poll published on February 6 indicated that 89 percent of registered voters harbored varying degrees of concerns about Biden's physical and mental health for a second term, with 62 percent expressing major concerns.

Similarly, a Harvard-Harris poll released in January showed nearly 70 percent of respondents believing Biden was "showing he is too old" for the presidency.

The comments add to concerns with Biden's reelection campaign as Harris has consistently garnered an even lower approval rating than the president, adding to struggles for Biden to win again in November.

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