Will Madame VP Continue to be Scrutinized Throughout This Term?
It’s been three years since President Joe Biden was sworn into office with his right-hand woman, Kamala Harris as the Vice President: the first woman and Black person to serve in the role. Though being more than halfway through their term, some ask if Harris is capable of holding this position and other question why the question is even being raised, when Harris has proven herself to be more than qualified to serve in the nation’s second-highest office. As Women’s History Month comes to a close, The Revs weigh in on their thoughts on Harris’ job thus far – and their perception of her in the role – in the podcast’s Season 6 opener.
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