(FeaturedNews.com) – On Wednesday, Vice President Kamala Harris argued that she was scared of a possible win in the 2024 presidential election by former President Donald Trump.
During a Wednesday interview on ABC’s “The View,” Harris argued that she was scared of a possible second Trump administration after November, which is why she was feeling motivated to travel across the country and campaign. This comment came after she was asked about the comments made by many Democrats, including former first lady Michelle Obama, that they were scared of what the outcome of the 2024 presidential election would be.
Harris argued that there was an old saying about how the only way to run for office is by being scared or by not having an opponent. She added that at this point everyone needed to be scared. Harris also noted that recently she has traveled for the Biden-Harris campaign to Georgia, Nevada, South Carolina, and North Carolina and argued that the challenge was getting voters to understand everything that the administration had achieved.
She added that people should not be running away from things because they are scared but instead that they need to fight against them. As she pointed out, there were many people who were scared about their children’s future but that did not mean that they hid under the cover, she added that this was not a response that they could do.
Harris proceeded to say that both she and President Biden were taking any action they could to ensure that they would be reelected. She added that they would earn reelection and that there was no question about that.
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