She Don't Get No Respect: Kamala's Insane Request Shows She Knows No One Likes Her

Written By BlabberBuzz | Wednesday, 04 May 2022 08:30
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A new book suggests Vice President Kamala Harris asked West Wing employees to stand up when she enters the room, as they do for President Joe Biden.

“This Will Not Pass” authors Jonathan Martin and Alexander Burns, who are both New York Times reporters, appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday to talk about the book, which focuses on subjects regarding Harris and Biden’s staff.

Host Chuck Todd stressed, “Here’s one anecdote you have: ‘Harris worried that Biden’s staff looked down on her; she fixated on real and perceived snubs in ways the West Wing found tedious. When Harris walked into a room, the White House staff did not stand up the way they did for Biden. The Vice President took it as a sign of disrespect.’”

Todd said, “What was astonishing here is apparently, there was a meeting about this.”

Martin said, “Yes. The chief of staff to Kamala Harris telephoned the West Wing and told a senior adviser in the West Wing to Biden, ‘The VP has noticed this and she would like folks to stand — staff members to stand — when she enters the room.’”

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He went on to say, “This pulls back, I think, the curtain on what this White House is really like. The tensions are deep and they are real between the VP’s office and the West Wing.”

Martin said part of the tension might be the low approval ratings that Biden and Harris have received in recent polls.

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“What is hovering over all of this, Chuck, is ’24,” he said, referring to the 2024 presidential election. “Is Biden going to run again? And if not, is it going to be VP Harris? That is the mood music hanging over the entire Democratic Party right now, as are Biden’s poor numbers.”

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The most dangerous place in Washington may be between the Vice President’s office and the exits. Harris’ chief of staff, Tina Flournoy, is the latest — and likely most significant — departure for the Democrat whose term has been a disaster.

Flournoy served as a bridge between Harris and President Joe Biden’s inner circle in the West Wing. “Biden’s team regarded Harris’ chief of staff as an indispensable steadying influence,” Jonathan Martin and Alex Burns write in their upcoming book “This Will Not Pass: Trump, Biden, and the Battle for America’s Future” — which also discloses how hesitant Biden was to make the then-senator his running mate.

There’s certainly been a constant keenness to jump ship. Harris’ deputy chief of staff, Michael Fuchs, announced he was stepping down earlier this month. Harris’ national security adviser, Nancy McEldowney, left the month before that.

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