Oops, Book Meant To Praise Harris Accidently Puts Her On Blast
Biden's vice president, Kamala Harris, has a reputation. No, it's not in 'getting things done'—We all know that's not her area. A new book from New York Times journalists Jonathan Martin and Alexander Burns was trying to gain sympathy for the do-nothing VP but instead, they exposed her for being a bratty princess that throws a fit when everyone doesn't stand as she enters a room.
Politico noted on several excerpts of the book due out May 3 titled “This Will Not Pass: Trump, Biden, and the Battle for America’s Future,” and detailed several other instances that had apparently set Harris off.
First was the Vogue cover photo, which was leaked two weeks prior to the inauguration — and, according to the book, was not the photo Harris had expected. Despite weeks of campaigning in her signature Converse sneakers, Harris apparently felt that the cover photo featuring her wearing them, along with a pair of skinny pants, was “an approachable but less than grand depiction of the incoming vice president.”
“Harris was wounded. She felt belittled by the magazine, asking aides: Would Vogue depict another world leader this way?” Martin and Burns wrote, noting that after Harris’ objections, Vogue ultimately sold a limited edition issue with the photo the Vice President had preferred.
Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour understandably said at the time that she had chosen the photo that she felt was more “relatable.”
So what's with the standing and how does it relate to this harmless photo that Harris lost her sh*t over? Well, apparently Biden's staff stopped Harris from getting into an all-out war with Vogue and she saw that too as an attack. The staffers were just doing their job and preventing Harris from making an ass of herself but she didn't see it that.
That's when Harris apparently started to keep track of who in his team did not stand when she entered the room:
“It was an early indication that members of the Biden-Harris teams were on different pages with different priorities. The dynamic didn’t improve from there,” the Politico report continued. “Martin and Burns document an increasingly fraught relationship between the West Wing and the vice president’s office filled with anger, eye-rolling, portfolio feuds, and real and perceived slights.”
Already scorn by the team's efforts to save her from herself, Harris took them not standing as a "sign of disrespect". At least that's what she reportedly told NYT.
Reports have shown that Harris's own staffers are terrified of the princess. She also has a horrible track record of firing staffers whenever she doesn't get her way, or so it seems.
Have you ever worked for someone like Harris? She sounds bratty and entitled for someone who has literally done nothing during her time in office. I mean, just look at the ONE job she was tasked with—The US border crisis. That's still raining on and she continues to ignore the problem.