Questions arose over not giving a bigger role to US Vice President Kamala Harris

Questions arose over not giving a bigger role to US Vice President Kamala Harris
It has been 15 days since US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris were sworn in. Meanwhile, discussions have also begun about the role of America's first woman and black vice-president in the Biden administration. Biden has already begun to appreciate that he includes Kamala Harris in every decision. "We have clear instructions from the President that Vice President Kamala Harris should be held as high as possible," Biden's Chief of Staff Ron Kline said in an interview. But now the question is being asked how will Kamala Harris play the role? The answer is that it is still being decided. Currently, the Vice President's staff advisors are trying to strengthen Harris and Biden's closeness and make it more and more public. He intended not to resemble Harris's image as a statue standing behind the president, as it had been with former Vice President Mike Pence for four years. Now Harris-Biden's routine is as follows: Harris and Biden's day usually begins with the President's daily brief in the Oval Office. The tradition was discontinued by Donald Trump, who had little interest in it. In addition, the tradition of weekly lunches has also been adopted at the White House, where both have the opportunity to increase mutual trust and share ideas on a personal level. Harris has also taken care in choosing his staff to choose people who have a good relationship with the president and his team. His staff believes that all of Harris's public events and messages coincide with Biden's team.

According to White House officials, Biden is excited to give Harris significant responsibility. Like in 2009, Obama gave Biden the responsibility for the economic reform program. But currently, the president has no intention of giving Harris any special portfolio. This has raised questions about his role in administration. Instead, Biden gave Harris some high-profile work. Two hours after the inauguration day was announced, Harris spoke to the Director General of WHO. This led to the message that Harris talks about Biden's priorities. It is also being said about the Oval meetings that Harris does not return. Kline says that Biden, who has been Vice President, understands what it feels like to be two steps behind a president at an event. So he has sympathy for Harris.

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