#Kamala Harris Vice President


Opinion: Kamala Harris finally got some good press. Unfortunately, it’s all about AirPods

Vice President Kamala Harris finally got some good press this week. Unfortunately for the Democratic Party, it was on the subject of wireless headphones. Even news outlets across the Atlantic jumped in on the story, first reported by Politico, that Harris considers Bluetooth headphones a security risk. She was widely praised for protecting national security by sticking to old-fashioned, wired devices. This news may be bad for Apple at the height of the holiday shopping season, but it had to be welcomed in the vice president’s camp, which has been dealing with a parade of troublesome headlines, most recently about the resignation of Harris’ staff.
New York Post

Biden accidentally calls VP ‘President’ Kamala Harris

President Biden mistakenly promoted his vice president in a Friday speech, touting “President” Kamala Harris — before claiming that humans would be able to travel commercially at 15 times the speed of a bullet in 20 years. “All kidding aside, of course President Harris is a proud...
Vanity Fair

Can Kamala Harris Turn the Ship Around?

Kamala Harris has not had the best few weeks. Between her approval rating dipping to 28%, a deluge of bad press tied to the Joe Biden succession drama, and high-profile departures from her office, the vice president seemed in need of a reset—in terms of both optics and strategy. That may be part of why, on Monday, Harris gathered nearly 20 members of Black Women Leaders and Allies, a coalition of civil rights-focused organizations, and sought a kind of community update, Politico reported.

Vice President Harris announces private investments in Central America

WASHINGTON — Vice President Kamala Harris on Monday announced $1.2 billion in commitments from international businesses to support the economies and social infrastructure of Central American nations, as she works to address what the White House terms the “root causes” of migration to the United States. Harris...

Readout of Vice President KamalaHarris’s Call with Presumptive Honduran President-Elect XiomaraCastro

Yesterday, Vice President Kamala Harris called and congratulated Xiomara Castro on her historic victory as Honduras’ first female president. They discussed their shared interest in addressing the root causes of migration, including by increasing economic opportunity, combatting corruption, addressing security threats, and improving access to health and education. They committed to working together and deepening the partnership between the United States and Honduras.

Statement by Vice President KamalaHarris on Supreme Court Ruling on Texas LawSB8

In the United States of America, the right of women to make decisions about their own bodies is non-negotiable. For nearly 50 years, this right has been protected. Yesterday’s Supreme Court decision allows SB8, which threatens women’s health and rights, to remain in effect. The ban on abortion after six weeks of pregnancy remains. The cash incentives for vigilantes remain. And the harm to women remains.

Letters to the Editor — Dec. 28, 2021

The Issue: Reports that Vice President Kamala Harris has complained about her negative press coverage. Its not the media’s fault that Vice President Kamala Harris is receiving so much negative press coverage (“Kam blames bias for poor coverage,” Dec. 24). She was given roles, such as the...