Harris confronted on White House takeover as VP leads on patching up France relations

Kamala Harris discusses 'productive' trip to Paris

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US Vice-President Kamala Harris ducked a question from reporters on ambitions to take over the presidency from Joe Biden while on a diplomatic mission to France. Relations between Washington and Paris have been strained over the fallout of Australia’s decision to back out of a French submarine deal in favour of the US and American bid. Ms Harris avoided answering how the trip to Paris might aid a future Harris presidency.

“I will tell you it was a very productive and a good trip,” the vice-president told reporters.

She added that that the Biden administration had “a lot of follow up to do,” with their French counterparts.

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Last month the US Vice-President Kamala Harris was branded a “worrying figure” by Sky News Australia host Chris Kenny amid concerns Ms Harris could be in line to take over the presidency from Joe Biden before the next US election.

Host Chris Kenny told Sky News Australia: “If you, like me, you reckon the Vice President of the US Kamala Harris is a pretty worrying figure.

It came as Ms Harris was widely mocked for participating in an awkward video to mark World Space Week in which she hosted a group of children in Washington DC.

Host Chris Kenny told Sky News Australia: “If you, like me, you reckon the Vice President of the US Kamala Harris is a pretty worrying figure.

Kamala Harris discusses 'productive' trip to Paris

“Why? Well because she is pretty hard left or she would say pretty liberal.

“She is also relatively inexperienced, especially in global affairs.

“This is all highly important of course as the President is so feeble and weak.

He continued: “With Joe Biden looking so unsteady Kamala Harris could be the President before the next election.”

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The Sky News Australia presenter slammed a Youtube video that aired in October which showed the Vice President talking to a group of children about space exploration.

Ms Harris was widely mocked for the advice she dished out to the kids, who later turned out to be child actors.

She told them: “Never let anybody suggest to you that you are what they think you should be, you tell them who you are and who you know you are, and what you intend to be.

“Got that?”

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