Kamala Gets “ANGRY” Over This Basic Question About Her And Joe’s Future

With Joe Biden being practically written off by the mainstream media, Kamala Harris has come under more intense scrutiny as Democrats decide if they can stomach her as president.

Kamala is so close to the presidency she can almost taste it! But she can’t exactly come out and show how happy she is about this so instead – she pretends to be VERY ANGRY to mask her pure elation.

A reporter for CBS News recently got a chance to speak with Vice President Harris outside of a fundraising event in Virginia and when the reporter asked Kamala if she was “ready to lead the country” she made sure to show how “upset” she was.

“Some Democrats are calling on Biden to drop out of the race. What’s your response?” CBS News asked Kamala.

Joe Biden is our nominee,” Kamala Harris said. “We beat Trump once and we’re gonna do it again. Period.

Are you ready to lead the country if necessary?” CBS News asked.

Harris responded: “I am proud to be Joe Biden’s running mate.”

In the video below you can see how annoyed Harris is to be answering the question but you could see her struggling to hold back a smirk. She wants to be president so bad!

Kamala is fully aware that this is probably the best chance she’ll ever have at ascending to the top position in the White House and she’s struggling to hide her elation.

Watch the video to see her phony response for yourself.


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