New Book Makes Silly Claims About Cackling Kamala and Dr. Jill

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There’s a new book coming out,”This Won’t Pass: Trump, Biden and the Fight for America’s Future.Written by two New York Times journalists, Jonathan Martin and Alex Burns, the book is intended to provide the scoop on the 2020 election and Biden’s first year in office. As the Amazon page for the book says:

Two New York Times reporters recounted the clear, shocking account of the 2020 election and the first year of Mr Biden’s presidency, exposing deep rifts within both parties as the land The country reached a political tipping point.

This is the authoritative account of an 18-month crisis in American democracy that will be etched into the political memory of the country for decades to come. In stunning detail in the room, New York Times reporters Jonathan Martin and Alexander Burns show how both of our political parties face a range of national traumas, including the coronavirus pandemic, the attack January 6 into the Capitol and the politics of President Biden his first year in the White House.

To do so, the book’s description states that “Martin and Burns cover breaking news on almost every page, drawing on hundreds of interviews and never-before-seen documents and recordings from the highest levels of government.. ”

Importantly, while the book is clearly not pro-Trump, it does appear to include a number of statements about Kamala Harris that Democrats generally don’t want to make. That is according to Politico, several excerpts of the book have been obtained

For example, Politico claims that part of the book reveals Kamala, or at least her allies, for complaining that her portfolio is “impossible”. As Politico describes the excerpt:

Harris’s allies complained throughout the first year of the administration to which she was assigned an impossible portfolio. According to the book, KATE BEDINGFIELD, Biden’s director of comms is not only tired of criticism that the White House is mismanaging Harris – she also blames the VP.

“Privately, Bedingfield has noted that the vice-presidential term is not the first It was during Harris’s political career that she fell short of sky-high expectations: Her Senate office was in disarray and her presidential campaign was a failure. Perhaps, she suggests, the problem is not with the vice president’s staff,” Martin and Burns wrote.

According to Politico, the book also claims that Kamala and Joe did not have a particularly close relationship (no wonder Kamla slandered Joe during the first Democratic debate), with the authors having wrote that, “Their weekly lunch lacks a real depth of personal and political intimacy.

The book also reports that “Dr.” Jill, questioned why Kamala was chosen, with the authors allegedly writing that “Speaking confidently before a close adviser during her husband’s campaign, the future first lady posed an obvious question. She started to have millions in the United States. She asks why do we have to choose who attacked Joe?

At the very least, adding credence to that claim is the fact that, as the Daily Wire reports, a spokesman for Jill did not deny the reports.

Apparently there’s also been an uproar over the photo of Kamala wearing sneakers, concerns the White House seems annoyed by and says are “first world problems”.

So if the authors of the book are to be believed, there may be more going on in the White House than what the left wants to admit: Kamala and Joe don’t seem to like each other, and Jill never wanted Kamala around first location. New Book Makes Silly Claims About Cackling Kamala and Dr. Jill

Jake Nichol

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