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Ex-Harris Staffers Give Their Assessments of Kamala in New Book, And It’s Not Good

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A new book, “The Truce: Progressives, Centrists and the Future of the Democratic Party,” reveals insights from aides to Vice President Kamala Harris’s failed 2020 presidential campaign.

The book highlights internal criticisms, dysfunction within her team, and her handling of criticism.

It also discusses her reluctance to take on certain assignments and her strained relationship with White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain. (Trending: Two Names Emerge As Trump’s Possible 2024 Running Mate)

The book quotes an unnamed source that claimed Biden’s campaign was, “rotten from the start.”

“A lot of us, at least folks that I was friends with on the campaign, all realized that: ‘Yeah, this person should not be president of the United States,’” said an aide, according to the book.

“But you’ve got to back that up with: ‘What are you going to do?’” the aide is quoted as saying.

“The problems Harris and her team had experienced on her campaign had persisted during her time as vice president,” wrote the authors.

Additionally, the book suggests that Harris has become a political liability for President Joe Biden, drawing comparisons to Dan Quayle’s unpopularity.

These factors could impact the 2024 election.

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