Vice President Kamala Harris marveled at her full-fledged White House record, as she had to work on saying “no” to President Biden more often.
Biden has put his deputy commander at the helm to address the origins of the southern border for migrants, expand voting rights, close the digital divide and other high-profile and complicated issues.
In a new interview with BET, the television station Soledad O’Brien began to mark the long list of Harris’ tasks and pressured her whether she was overworked.
“Immigration, increased broadband access, black maternal mortality, racial inequality, women in the workforce, infrastructure,” O’Brien told Harris. “We were just talking about the right to vote. It works a lot for one person.”
Harris said, “Well, do not forget that I am in charge of the Space Council.”
“Can a person do all that realistically?” O’Brien replied.
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Harris said she is used to multi-tasking and is motivated by all the work that she and Biden are trying to get done.
“Yeah, maybe I’m not saying enough ‘no,'” Harris said with a laugh. “But I think these things are achievable. It’s just very hard work, but that’s why we’re here, and that’s what people wanted. Does not?”
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“We want to go into these positions where we get to these positions and we want to work hard and get things done,” she continued. “And that’s what really motivates me.”
The comments came under BET’s special title: “State of Our Union: Vice President Kamala Harris,” which aired Friday. The interview also touched on rates of coronavirus vaccines, voting rights and police reform.
Harris has taken a lot of political heat from the Republicans for the immigration crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border, who for months complained that she had not visited the border in her role focusing on tackling the root causes of the immigration flow. Harris eventually made a trip to the border in El Paso in June.
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