(ANSA) - NEW YORK, NOVEMBER 18 - Kamala Harris does not feel 'underused' in her role: with Joe Biden "we are doing many things, and we are doing them together", says the vice president, thus pushing back the indiscretions that paint her frustrated in her role and struggling with difficult relationships with CasaBianca. To those who asked her about the presidential elections of 2024 and if she had started talking about it with the American president, Harrisha replied with a curt "absolutely not".
Pointing out how "bringing prices down is priority," Harris explains how the immigration dossier that was handed over by the president is not an easy skein to get rid of.
"It doesn't go away overnight. We have inherited a failing system and what we are doing is trying to pave the way for a just process" for immigrants that is "effective and efficient," he adds in an interview with GoodMorning America.