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[WATCH] WH Press Corps Knows The “Swap” is Coming Soon…

It was a running joke when the Biden/Harris ticket was first announced that Harris would run for president.

The shocking thing is that this is no longer a joke, but rather a fact.

Joe isn’t the sharpest knife in the drawer, and any betting man would say his days are numbered, which is why Kamala is being groomed to take his place right now.

Emerald Robinson, a White House reporter for Newsmax, reported that her colleagues in the press are already changing how they cover the presidency in anticipation of Harris’s arrival.

Clearly, this proposal has been in the works for a long time.

Actually, there was a strong indication that Kamala was taking on a much larger position in March, when she held talks with international leaders without Biden.

Without President Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris is demonstrating that she will play an important role in the White House by hosting calls with foreign leaders.

According to a White House statement released on Monday, Harris spoke with French President Emanuel Macron and “expressed her commitment to improving bilateral ties.”

According to the declaration, “Vice President Harris and President Macron agreed on the importance of strong bilateral and multilateral cooperation to solve COVID-19, climate change, and promote democracy at home and around the world.” “They also spoke about a variety of regional issues, including those in the Middle East and Africa, and the need to address them as a group.”

Last month, on January 24, the president made a phone call to Macron.

While Biden is familiar with many of the world leaders he will meet from his time as Vice President in the Obama administration, he is unlikely to have dealt with Macron extensively since his election in 2017.

The White House did not respond to a request for comment from Fox News.

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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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