Kamala Harris was given a task to take charge of the southern border, yet she has not done her job until now which made her bombed her first “real” mission as the so-called “VP.”
White House Handlers now have to send out a “cleanup crew” to fix Kamala’s mess.
However, all of this goes a lot deeper than Kamala just “botching” a few responses or questions.
An explanation from Don Suber saying that the Central American leaders worked with President Trump to stem the flow north. Biden put out the welcome mat. Biden’s open borders policy irks the leaders of Mexico, El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala.
During Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei’s interview with Fox, he ripped the Democrat White House for weak messaging. Hence the White House’s quick action to call in someone from the bullpen.
Putting Kamala in charge of the border was a mistake because she is an affirmative action hire whose incompetence is matched only by her arrogance.
Her first trip abroad was strictly amateur hour.
She sounded like a little girl as she said, “do not come, do not come.” She embarrassed the White House. The Daily Mail mentioned from their report, “Even the Biden administration appears to be baffled by Kamala Harris’s trip to Guatemala and Mexico to address the border crisis.
“White House insiders were ‘perplexed’ by her answers to her questions over whether she would visit the Rio Grande and ‘hoped her first foreign trip would be a success, CNN also reported.
The White House needs to send out a “cleaner” to mop up the mess that Kamala made, and they’ve chosen a real doozy.
The person who is now tasked with cleaning up Kamala’s mess is none other than Samantha Powers…who is also a complete mess, herself.
Here’s an excerpt from WayneDupree reports:
U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Administrator Samantha Power will travel to Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala from June 13-17 to advance USAID’s efforts to help address the governance, economic, and security challenges that are driving Central Americans to migrate north.
While in the region, Administrator Power will deliver a speech on democracy and meet with civil society representatives, governments, and business leaders to underscore the Biden-Harris Administration’s commitment to fight corruption and support civil society. The Administrator’s itinerary also includes meetings with youth and marginalized groups, as well as visits to USAID economic growth and agriculture programs. In addition, the Administrator will visit people affected by severe drought and Hurricanes Eta and Iota and will meet with families receiving humanitarian assistance from USAID.