As you are probably aware, Kamala Harris’ first “actual” mission as the so-called “VP” was a complete disaster.
But this wasn’t a minor oversight; it was a full-fledged kamikaze mission in which Kamala dive-bombed herself into the depths of political hell.
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It got so bad that White House handlers had to send out a “cleanup crew” to mend things, thanks to her weakness when telling migrants not to come to the border and her harsh behavior when reporters questioned if she was ever planned to go to the actual US border.
All of this, however, goes much deeper than Kamala simply “misinterpreting” a few comments or questions.
Central American authorities collaborated with President Trump to stop the migration north, according to blogger Don Suber. The welcome mat was laid out by Biden. The leaders of Mexico, El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala are irritated by Biden’s open borders policy.
Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei slammed the Democrat White House’s message in a Fox interview. As a result, the White House moved quickly to bring in someone from the bullpen.
It was a mistake to put Kamala in charge of the border since she is an affirmative action hire whose incompetence is only matched by her attitude.
Her first vacation abroad was solely a learning experience for her.
“Do not come, do not come,” she said, sounding like a small kid. She made the White House look bad. “Even the Biden administration seemed befuddled by Kamala Harris’ travel to Guatemala and Mexico to discuss the border crisis,” the Daily Mail stated.
Administrator Samantha Power of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) will visit Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala from June 13 to 17 to advance USAID’s efforts to address the governance, economic, and security challenges that are driving Central Americans to migrate north.
Administrator Power will give a speech on democracy and meet with civil society representatives, governments, and corporate executives while in the region to emphasize the Biden-Harris Administration’s commitment to fighting corruption and supporting civil society. Meetings with young and marginalized groups are also on the Administrator’s agenda, as are visits to USAID’s economic growth and agriculture programs.