A new book exploring White House drama reveals that reports of dissatisfaction with Vice President Kamala Harris resulted in President Biden threatening to fire anyone who leaked stories to the media that made Harris look bad.
According to “This Will Not Pass: Trump, Biden, and the Battle for America’s Future,” an upcoming book by The New York Times’ Jonathan Martin and Alex Burns, Biden was not pleased after reports of dissatisfaction among Harris’ staff came out in June.
In response to such reports, Biden brought senior staff into the Oval Office and told them that if “he found that any of them was stirring up negative stories about the vice president, Biden said, they would quickly be former staff,” according to an excerpt of the book reported by Politico.
The first year of the Biden/Harris administration was rife with reports that Harris’ staff was unhappy, as well as a seemingly endless string of departures from the vice president’s office as aide after aide resigned.
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