August 12, 2022

Biden refers to VP as ‘President Harris’ again

President Joe Biden referred to Vice President Kamala Harris as “President Harris” again on Tuesday, misquoting her as the top leader of the nation.

“Last week, President Harris and I…” Biden began, speaking about their remarks on the anniversary of Jan. 6.

The Georgia speech emphasized the need to pass the Freedom to Vote Act, a move that would federalize many local and state voting regulations. Republicans have opposed the measure, claiming states should retain rights.

“Pass the Freedom to Vote Act. Pass it now!” Biden said.

“To protect our democracy, I support changing the Senate rules,” he added. “When it comes to protecting majority rule in America, the majority should rule in the United States Senate.”

Vice President Harris, referring to the filibuster, says that, years in the future, “We cannot tell them that we let a Senate rule stand in the way of our most fundamental freedom.”
The odd happening and the speech remarks reveal the president struggles to even get basic information right as Democrats seek to improve their odds ahead of the midterm elections.
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