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In a newly released book detailing President Joe Biden’s first year in office, it is claimed that the President issued a stern warning to White House staff regarding the leaking of negative stories about Vice President Kamala Harris following her challenging trip to Guatemala, Your Content has learned.
The book suggests that President Biden grew increasingly concerned about the leaks and expressed his readiness to take action by terminating any staff members found responsible.
According to the book, the relationship between President Biden and Vice President Harris is described as “friendly but not close.
” Harris’ team allegedly struggled with an overwhelming portfolio of responsibilities, leading to mounting frustrations.
The book quotes the communications director as privately attributing the challenges to the vice president herself rather than the nature of the tasks she was assigned.
President Biden has assigned Vice President Harris to tackle critical issues such as the border crisis, voting rights, and space-related matters.
However, the book suggests that Harris has been experiencing personal frustration due to what she perceives as a decline in her political standing and a lack of popularity.
The forthcoming book provides a behind-the-scenes look at the dynamics between President Biden and Vice President Harris, shedding light on the challenges they have faced during their time in office, according to NewsFeed.