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Kamala Harris Reacts To Brutal Biden Poll Numbers As Trump Surges

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Vice President Harris acknowledged President Biden’s political challenges in response to polls showing Trump leading in hypothetical matchups and battleground states.

She emphasized the need to communicate effectively and connect with voters.

Despite concerns about Biden’s polling, Harris expressed confidence in winning the 2024 election. (Trending: Anthony Fauci Questioned About Evidence Behind COVID Restrictions)

She also addressed issues such as climate change and student loan debt.

“We’re going to have to earn our re-elect, there’s no doubt about it,” Harris said.

“It is absolutely right in a democracy with free and fair elections that the candidates, the people who want to continue in leadership, have to make their case and have to make it effectively. That means communicating in such a way that the message is received about our accomplishments and what we care about.”

“I have a great sense of duty and responsibility to do as much as I can, to be where the people are, and to not only speak with them but listen to them and let them know what we’ve accomplished,” Harris added.

“It was a good night. And the president and I obviously have a lot of work to do to earn our re-election. But I am confident we’re going to win,” Harris said separately.

“The Biden-Harris ticket is running neck and neck with Donald Trump. Why are you not 30 points ahead?” CBS’ Bill Whitaker asked.

“Bill, we’re going to win. Let me just tell you that. We’re going to win. I’m aware and I’m not saying it’s going to be easy. But we will win,” she said.

“You say that with such conviction,” Whitaker said.

“I have no doubt, but I also have no doubt it’s going to be a lot of work. And everyone’s going to have to participate. This is a democracy,” she said.

Additionally, there were discussions about Biden’s electability, with concerns about his age, and Harris emphasized the need to convey the administration’s accomplishments to the American people.

“I look at it more as let’s keep getting out there. And, as with any election, we got to make our case to the American people. That’s part of our responsibility. And that’s this process. And that’s what it is. And that’s a fair process,” Harris said.

“If you poll how young people feel about the climate and the warming of our planet, it polls as one of their top concerns. When we talk about what we are doing with student loan debt, polls very high. The challenge that we have as an administration is we got to let people know who brung it to them. That’s our challenge. But it is not that the work we are doing is not very, very popular with a lot of people,” she said.

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