Kamala Harris advisers look for reset after difficult year for vice president: report

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After a year of struggles and missteps, Vice President Kamala Harris’ team is planning a reset to get the seeming once heir apparent to President Biden back on track in 2022, according to a report. 

Harris was a popular choice for vice president among Democrats before the 2020 election and inspired many as the first woman and Black or Asian person to hold the office, but after a few months in the White House, she didn’t seem to be living up to the job’s expectations. 

After several high-profile staff departures, Harris has hired a veteran political operator, Jamal Simmons, as her communications director and she is showing a more united front at events with Biden after months of them often being separated, according to the Washington Post. 

Vice President Kamala Harris speaks before President Biden at Atlanta University Center Consortium, on the grounds of Morehouse College and Clark Atlanta University, Jan. 11, 2022, in Atlanta.  (Associated Press)

Her aides also hope that returning her to the campaign trail, stumping for Democrats ahead of the 2022 midterms, will remind voters of why she became popular in the first place, the newspaper said, citing several

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