President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris attempted a less-than-convincing display of unity Monday, one day after a report described Harris as increasingly isolated inside the White House.
During a signing ceremony for the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill, Biden and Harris briefly put an arm around each other’s shoulders as they walked across the South Lawn to the stage.
However, a noticeable gap emerged after a few seconds as Harris appeared to veer slightly away from the president in view of approximately 800 lawmakers and invited guests, as well as the White House press corps.
After they hit the stage, an effusive Harris praised Biden for helping to maneuver the legislation through a narrowly divided Congress. . .
Fewer than 24 hours earlier, CNN had reported that Biden was sidelining Harris from crucial meetings while dumping politically dangerous items into her lap. As one former top aide to Harris put it to the cable network: “They’re consistently sending her out there on losing issues in the wrong situations for her skill set.” (Read more from “Awkward: Biden and Harris Put On Tortured United Front at Bill Signing as Rift Rumors Swirl” HERE)
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