Senator from Massachusettsrabbitry(Elizabeth Warren) claimed in an interview a few days ago that she would not supportBidenPresident 2024 with current Vice Presidentthat Jinli(Kamala Harris) partner ran for re-election, He Jinli refused to answer Warren’s phone calls, and the relationship between the two female generals of the Democratic Party reached a freezing point.
In an interview with Boston Public Radio in January, Warren declined to endorse Kamala Harris as a deputy in Biden’s re-election campaign.
The radio host asked Warren whether Harris should be Biden’s second-in-command to seek re-election.
Warren replied, “I’ve known Harris for a long time. I’ve known her since she was (California) attorney general. I was still teaching. We worked together to solve the housing crisis. We Have known each other for many years.” long time But I think Biden needs a team. , while I don’t want to say they have a problem, but they do.
Later, Warren called He Jinli twice to apologize, but He Jinli did not answer or return calls.
After being interviewed by GBH News, Warren issued a statement expressing her full support for the combination of Biden and He Jinli. “I fully support the President and Vice President running for re-election together. They are a great team,” she said.
CNN reported that Warren had contacted Harris’ chief of staff Lorraine Voles, CNN anchor Jasmine Wright and Edward-Isaac Dowre. They reported that “Warren’s comments have disappointed Harris’ staffers. The vice president has never received the respect and support she deserves.” considered choosing.
Many fellow Democrats in the leadership fear that Warren’s negative comments will create “political problems”.
Granted, Harris “could be a burden, could be a help, but you better support her because she’s not a knockoff,” a Democratic district chair told the media.
Democratic fundraiser John Morgan told The New York Times in February that Kamala Harris’ vulnerability “will be a weapon for the anti-Biden public, and I can’t think of anything other than her appearing at events.” ,