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Clinton Pollster Says No Biden/Kamala in 2024

'Harris always sounds like she forgot to do her homework... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) In a recent interview, Vice President Kamala Harris insisted that she would indeed be President Joe Biden’s 2024 “ticket mate.”

However, according to Western Journal, the cackling Veep was corrected by a polling expert who gained his reputation advising for both Bill and Hillary Clinton.

“I think underscoring all this is if you ask Democratic voters, who would they vote for in a Democratic primary for president, only about 30 percent would pick President Biden, which is unprecedented in nature,” pollster Mark Penn told Fox News’ Dana Perino.

“So I think there are some real polling facts underscoring what you see developing here. Look, I think any president before a midterm has got to maintain, steadfastly, that he’s running, and then really take a look at it after the midterm.”

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“I personally don’t think he’ll wind up running.”

Penn continued, explaining that if Biden does not run, he does expect Harris to seek the Democratic nomination—and may succeed.

“History doesn’t necessarily have to repeat itself, but I do think she would be hard to knock off and would most likely wind up with the nomination,” Penn said.

However, Harris’s poll numbers are historically bad, and she has been officially dubbed the “least popular vice president ever.”

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It’s gotten to the point where alleged news outlets such as even the far-left New York Times are talking about potential replacements for the Biden-Harris team.

There is some speculation that Harris may be putting on a show of confidence as a faithful “ticket mate” for Biden, and others are curious if Harris is really considering a solo run for the 2024 president’s spot.

Many are confused that Harris’s approval rating is even as high as it is, given that she is not known for her work ethic or elegant turn of phrase.

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