The reaffirmation of President Joe Biden's support for his Vice President Kamala Harris comes on the heels of the two-year anniversary of the decision to select his one-time adversary as his running mate.
A post that was made to one of Biden's social media accounts said, "She is a fearless fighter and the best partner I could have for the work ahead."
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) August 11, 2022
At the moment, the President and his family are spending a week on vacation on Kiawah Island, which is located in South Carolina.
On social media, Harris shared a similar sentiment to that of the president, although she did not specifically mention or respond to his tweet.
Two years ago, @JoeBiden called me to join him on the ticket as vice president.
I was and still am incredibly honored by this responsibility and ready to continue the work ahead. pic.twitter.com/jzemT1nA9p
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) August 11, 2022
Harris received a signal of support from Biden despite the fact that she continues to suffer from low approval ratings.
According to the results of a recent poll conducted by Morning Consult and Politico, Harris's job approval rating is barely 38 percent.
The tracking poll was carried out with responses from a sample of 2005 registered voters between the dates of August 5 and August 7.
Even when he promotes his administration's success in the legislative process, Biden continues to restrict Harris' involvement in the administration.
At the event where Vice President Biden signed the CHIPS act into law at the White House, Harris did not participate in the discussion and was only seen standing next to him as he signed the document.
In addition, she did not get a speaking role when President Joe Biden signed a bill on Tuesday that opened up NATO to Finland and Sweden, and she did not speak with President Joe Biden on Wednesday when he signed a bill funding veterans who suffered from the effects of burn pits while serving overseas.
On August 3, on his replica White House set located across the street, Harris and Biden participated in their final speaking event together. The occasion was focused on promoting abortion rights.
During a discussion about electric vehicles a week ago, Biden made an error in judgment and incorrectly implied that he was still serving as the vice president before quickly correcting himself.
He stated, “I can’t drive a vehicle while I’m vice president… while I’m President, any more than when I was vice president.”
President Joe Biden, who is in isolation after testing positive for Covid-19 again, complains about not being able to buy an electric Corvette:
“I can’t drive a vehicle while I’m Vice President…while I’m President." pic.twitter.com/r2Zv908qkF
— Newsmax (@newsmax) August 4, 2022
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Breitbart.