Freudian Slip Or Does Biden Actually Think Kamala Is ‘President Harris’
President Joe Biden was delivering remarks at South Carolina State University’s graduation ceremony on Friday when he once again referred to Vice President Kamala Harris as “President Harris.”
“All kidding aside, of course, President Harris is a proud Howard alum,” Biden said during his speech.
Back in March, Biden was speaking at the White House when he made a Freudian slip and referred to Harris as “President Harris.”
In September of 2020, Biden called his potential White House team the “Harris-Biden” administration while speaking at an event in Tampa, Florida.
It’s perplexing why Biden continually refers to Harris as “President,” especially on the heels of White House press secretary Jen Psaki saying on Monday that even though Biden will be 82-years-old after the 2024 election, he “has every intention of running for reelection.”
A recent poll indicates that Biden’s reelection campaign would be a tall ask. The poll released Wednesday indicates that more independent voters would prefer to see Donald Trump on the ballot in 2024 than old Joe. When asked who should replace Biden as the Democratic nominee in 2024, 31% of the respondents back Vice President Kamala Harris, and 11% support Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg.
At this time, it appears as though Biden himself may be currently backing Harris.