“Yes, he does,” Jean-Pierre told reporters when asked if Biden would keep Harris as his partner, “no change.”
Jean-Pierre has not told reporters about any possible re-election plans between Biden and Harris: “I can not speak in the conversation between the vice president and the president. He plans to run again in 2024. “
“I’m not going to talk about our conversations, but I’m going to tell you this without any clarity: we’ve not talking or talking about re-election because we’ve not finished our first year, we’re in the middle. An epidemic,” Harris said in a broad interview released Thursday.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Harris said he did not think Biden would decide whether to run again.
“I’ll be very honest: I didn’t think about it, we didn’t talk about it,” he said.
With regard to voting rights, Harris asked the President to preside over the White House, which, according to the Journal, did not seek a change in the Philippister rules to reduce the number of votes required to pass most important laws, and declined to comment. Did she tell Pita about her feelings on this issue.
“In the end, you know, the Senate has to make a decision about Philippester,” Harris told the Paper.
He will not take a stand on whether the right to vote law should now come before the president’s social security web extension package, which faces an uncertain future in the Senate: “I’m not going to choose between our children.”
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