Kamala Harris Thinks The Press Is Failing to Highlight The ‘Strength Of Her Leadership’

Kamala Harris thinks the media isn’t being nice enough to her. They’re not pointing out what a great leader she is.

It’s laughable. She should try being a Republican for a week.

The media treats this administration with kid gloves after four years of bashing Trump every single day.

FOX News reports:

Kamala Harris ripped for complaining about media coverage: ‘She can’t deal with the facts’

Vice President Kamala Harris is facing criticism for griping that the media has not highlighted the “strength of my leadership.”

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The “Outnumbered” hosts on Friday responded to Harris’ rebuke of the media in an interview with Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart.

“When she’s getting some semblance — some minor semblance — of coverage, she can’t handle it because it’s critical, because she’s been tasked with all these things, she’s done every single one of them horribly, and she can’t deal with the facts,” said “Fox & Friends First” host Todd Piro. “So what does she do? She takes it out on us in the media for not giving her glowing coverage.”

Capehart published an opinion piece defending Harris’ “most excellent year.”

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The columnist claimed that “much of the attention” Harris has received, “especially in her first year, has been rough.” He added, “Stories about staff departures were routinely hyped as disarray in narratives that unfairly called into question Harris’s competence.”

Harris shared with Capehart she was frustrated that achievements during her second year as vice president were not covered more in the press. She even pointed to the Dobbs decision, airing frustrations that the landmark Supreme Court ruling received more attention than her.

“There are things that I’ve done as vice president that fully demonstrate the strength of my leadership as vice president that have not received the kind of coverage that I think [the] Dobbs [decision] did receive,” Harris said earlier this week.

Harris is not living in reality.

She is not a strong leader and the media couldn’t be any easier on her if they tried.

 

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