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Harris says he has “never discussed” re-election with Biden




“I will not talk about our conversations, but I will tell you this without any ambiguity: we do not talk or talk about re-election, because we have not finished our first year and we are in the middle. of a pandemic, “Harris said in a lengthy interview published Thursday.

These latest comments are followed by a similar comment made by Harris in November when he told ABC’s “Good Morning America.” that the couple had not “absolutely” discussed the next election.

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Harris said he didn’t think Biden would decide to run again.

“I’ll be very honest. I don’t think about it or talk about it,” he said.

Harris series of year-end interviews comes as he confronted a difficult start for his historic vice presidency, including a series of high-level staff departures, negative headlines, and reports of unrest in his office. When the newspaper asked her about her staff, she retorted, saying she was happy with her job and would stay focused on political issues.

On voting rights, an issue Harris asked the president to lead in the White House, Harris did not call for a change in obstruction rules to lower the voting threshold needed to pass most major laws, according to the Journal, and refused to say. if he has told Biden his feelings on the subject.

“In the end, you know, the Senate will have to make a decision on the filibuster,” Harris told the newspaper.

Nor would he comment on whether voting rights legislation should now be presented to the president’s social security network expansion package, which faces an increasingly uncertain future in the Senate: “I will not choose among our children “.