- Vice President Charlotte, NC. Will attend Buttigieg at an event in
- Conspiracy reports about 2024 follows
- Buttigieg denied any feud on Sunday, saying the two are “part of a team that is disciplined and doesn’t focus on the commentators”.
Vice President Kamala Harris will join the Department of Transportation. Pete Buttigieg visits Charlotte, North Carolina this week – in a joint effort to pitch infrastructure legislation following reports of intrigue surrounding the 2024 presidential ticket.
The event will put both former presidential candidates on the same platform in support of the $1.2 trillion program President Biden signed into law earlier this month. The incident follows reports of frustration with Harris inside the White House – and Buttigieg’s own denial that he is considering running into 2024, amid Biden’s lax approval ratings.
‘The other thing I would say is that I really enjoy this job, although it is very demanding and obviously requires a lot, is that in almost a decade I have had to think the least about campaigns and elections and it’s a very good thing,’ he said politician In an interview published last week.
According to the White House, Vice President Kamala Harris will visit Charlotte, North Carolina, to discuss how the bipartisan infrastructure law will upgrade our nation’s infrastructure and create well-paying union jobs in North Carolina.
It came amid a Politico/Morning Consult poll that showed the Department of Transportation secretary with a higher favorability rating than both Biden and Harris – which he led by 12 points.
According to the White House, “On Thursday, December 2, Vice President Harris will travel to Charlotte, North Carolina, to discuss how the bipartisan infrastructure law will upgrade our nation’s infrastructure and create good-paying union jobs in North Carolina.” will produce “He will be accompanied by Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and Congressman Alma Adams,” a brief statement said, promising “additional details.”
Buttigieg denied any feud with Harris in his Sunday appearance on “Meet the Press” on NBC.
“She and I are part of a team that is disciplined and doesn’t pay attention to what is attracting commentators,” he said. ‘We are too busy to work.’
“Parlor games are no place to be stuck and I am proud to be part of the Biden-Harris team,” Buttigieg said.
Transportation Department Buttigieg says his relationship with VP Kamala Harris has not been affected by reports of rivalry: ‘She and I are part of a team that is disciplined,’ he said on Sunday
President Joe Biden, 79, is suffering in the election, and he talked about a new coronavirus version on Monday
But Buttigieg’s name cropped up among White House aides when it came to 2028 or 2024, according to a Politico report, which sparked speculation.
‘No one in the West Wing shuts it down. It is very open,’ said a person with knowledge of the situation.
Harris’ visit to the swing state is the latest sign of the White House’s focus on North Carolina. President and First Lady Jill Biden was there for a pre-Thanksgiving visit to Fort Bragg.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said last week that President Biden, who is now 79, intends to run for re-election.
The visit comes as Harris is stepping up his public efforts to sell the infrastructure plan, struggling to drive the narrative after Biden focused on the ‘root causes’ of immigration amid a migrant boom. after.
a CNN Reports earlier this month described Harris’s supporters as quelling rumors that Biden might try to nominate him to the Supreme Court as a way to clear the field, while privately complaining. That she faces double standards.