‘Is there a Venn diagram for this?’
In a move suggesting the Biden administration has finally found an appropriate role for the president’s running mate, Vice President Kamala Harris traveled to Miami Beach this week to discuss climate change with pop icon Gloria Estefan.
Meanwhile, Harris has continued to demonstrate her obsession with Venn diagrams and yellow school buses, as well as her penchant for deeply considered intellectual rhetoric.
“We are doing the work that is about collaborating around the small businesses that will need to do the work,” she said at a recent event celebrating small-business collaboration. “That’s also what’s also exciting about our small businesses and who they are. Because it spans the generations in addition to being intergenerational.”
One might describe the vice president’s speaking style as “self-medicating kindergarten teacher.” Harris employed this style at a recent event at which she giddily marveled at the country’s “more than half a million miles of transmission lines, enough to wrap around the globe 24 times.”
Notwithstanding the vice president’s enormous political talent, some Democrats aren’t so thrilled about Harris being one octogenarian heartbeat away from the presidency. The New York Times reported last month that “even some Democrats whom her own advisers referred reporters to for supportive quotes confided privately that they had lost hope in [Harris].”
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