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Vice President Kamala Harris has admitted that she and President Joe Biden “have a lot of work to do” if they want to beat back what increasingly appears to be another challenge from former President Donald Trump to remain in the White House next year.
Harris made the remarks outside the White House after Democrats performed well in races across the country earlier this month, even though she and Biden are not polling well around the country.
“It was a good night. And the president and I obviously have a lot of work to do to earn our re-election. But I am confident we’re going to win,” she said.
During an interview on “60 Minutes” the Sunday ahead of the elections, Harris guaranteed Biden’s re-election after being asked why the president was neck and neck with former President Donald Trump.
CBS’ Bill Whitaker questioned the vice president about why she and Biden were polling so close to Trump despite the former president’s ongoing legal problems.
“The Biden-Harris ticket is running neck and neck with Donald Trump. Why are you not 30 points ahead?”…
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