Vice President Harris recently appeared on “The View” and openly discussed her concerns about the possibility of Donald Trump winning the presidential election in 2024.
When asked about the expressed concerns of former President Obama and Former First Lady Michelle Obama, Harris admitted that she was “scared as heck” and emphasized that everyone should be worried.
During the interview, co-host Joy Behar asked Harris about the potential consequences if Trump were to become president again. Harris responded, “I am scared as heck. There is an old saying that there are only two ways to run for office, either without an opponent or scared.
So on all of those points, yes, we should all be scared, but as we know, and certainly, this is a table of very powerful women, we don’t run away from something when we’re scared. We fight back against it.”
Harris’s statement received applause from both the co-hosts and the audience. She emphasized that fear should not paralyze individuals but rather motivate them to take action. She acknowledged that many people, especially parents concerned about their children’s future, face fear but choose to confront it head-on.
Furthermore, Harris acknowledged the need for President Biden and herself to earn their re-election. She stated, “We have to earn the re-elect, and we have to communicate what we have achieved. And that is going to be one of our big challenges. We’ve done a lot of good work; we have to let people know who brung it to them.”
Another co-host, Alyssa Farah Griffin, raised the issue of President Biden’s low approval ratings and questioned why Trump, who is facing multiple felony counts, is gaining ground in the polls.
Vice President Harris responded by highlighting the complexity of the current political landscape and the importance of the upcoming election. She emphasized that the choice would be between respecting democracy and competence or embracing chaos.
Recent polls indicate a decline in President Biden’s approval ratings, with an ABC News poll reporting his approval rating at just 31%, the lowest on record for a U.S. president in the last 15 years.
The same poll revealed that 58% of respondents disapprove of Biden’s performance as president. These numbers are even worse than former President Trump’s lowest approval rating of 36%.
Despite these challenges, Harris expressed confidence in their ability to win. In an interview with ABC News, she stated, “Well, let me just tell you this. No matter who the Republican nominee is, we’re winning. We’re winning. I don’t know, but look, if it is Donald Trump, we beat him before and we’ll beat him again.”
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