According to an excerpt of an upcoming book, “This Will Not Pass: Trump, Biden, and the Battle for America’s Future,” that Fox News received, “Dr.” Jill, the First Lady, is not a fan of Cackling Kamala and didn’t want her on the presidential ticket.
According to Fox, the book says that Jill, trying to prevent Kamala from being selected as Biden’s VP pick, said “‘There are millions of people in the United States,’ she began. ‘Why,’ she asked, ‘do we have to choose the one who attacked Joe.‘”
However, a few on Biden’s team, such as Ron Klain, sided with Kamala in the struggle to pick a VP that met Biden’s “black” and “woman” criteria and was at all competent to be Vice President. Apparently, the best they could do was Kamala and Klain defended that decision, saying:
“Yes, Harris had attacked Biden more harshly than any other major candidate in the Democratic primaries. Yes, the Biden family had seen it as a smear and a betrayal. In Klain’s assessment, that would work to Biden’s advantage. Choosing Harris will show people that you are magnanimous and forgiving, Klain told Biden. It will show the country just what a unifying leader you can be.”
The other candidate for the VP slot was apparently Stacey Abrams. Describer her, the book said “Abrams fought hard to win real consideration but never overcame the experience issue.” That makes sense, as all Abrams has accomplished is losing a Georgia gubernatorial race, which somehow makes her even less accomplished than Kamala.
But it wasn’t just “Dr.” Jill that wasn’t particularly fond of choosing Kamala to be Biden’s Vice President and running mate. According to Fox, Biden was concerned about Kamala’s “past romantic relationship with Willie Brown, the former San Francisco mayor who had appointed Harris to a pair of minor political positions,” and described her behavior “as the kind of thing that should be off limits.”
Finally, the book exposes Biden as somehow thinking Kamla’s race made her a risky choice, showing their dim view of their fellow Americans, particularly white Americans. In fact, at one point the book quotes a Biden official as saying:
“You know, white women are incredibly racist, as are white men. None of it was safe. It was a risky thing to do. But it was the safest of choices that we had.”
The drama about Jill not being a fan of Kamala is not new, but the rumors and supposed quotations provided by the book are some of the more interesting ones and hint at the big issues at play within the Biden Whtie House.
Further, the president’s own dislike of the VP would explain why she has been handed leaden weights of responsibility like the border issue and then left to dry: if the book is to be believed, the Bidens aren’t fans of hers and would probably like to see her fail in a highly embarrassing fashion. Perhaps not, but it’s a possibility.
What appears to be more than a possibility, however, is that there’s some serious enmity and drama in Biden’s White House.
This story syndicated with permission from Will, Author at Trending Politics
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