5 reasons why Kamala Harris' presidential dreams probably won't come true

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The headlines in November for Vice President Kamala Harris have not been good. The New York Post writes: “Kamala Harris sidelined amid growing tensions with Biden, insiders say — Vice President Kamala Harris is being increasingly alienated in the White House as her approval ratings plummet.”

Even liberal CNN, in an unflattering piece, recently wrote: “Exasperation and dysfunction: Inside Kamala Harris’ frustrating start as vice president.”

CNN CALLED RACIST AND SEXIST FOR FAIR CRITICISM OF KAMALA HARRIS

Meanwhile, a staggering 61% of voters don’t want Joe Biden to run for president again. Given that Biden will more than likely not be the Democratic Party’s nominee in 2024, the question arises what will become of Harris. The answer is that she is most unlikely to ever be the Democrats’ nominee in 2024.

Here are five reasons why.

5.  America and Kamala Harris will continue to suffer from bad policy decisions in the next 3 years. President Biden’s approval ratings rank among the worst of any president after just ten months. They include a poll with 37.8% approve and a stunningly high 59% disapproval rating.

There are good reasons for those low ratings, including the worsening state of the economy, the disastrous

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