Report: Harris Complains to Allies Her Race and Gender Impact Her Media Coverage

Vice President Kamala Harris is grumbling behind the scenes about negative news coverage and low morale in the White House, where she believes she’s being treated differently due to her race and gender, according to a report.

Harris, the first woman and first person of color to hold the nation’s second-highest office, has “privately” told allies she believes she’d get better media coverage if she were white and male like her 48 predecessors, the New York Times reported Thursday.

Harris has even turned to prominent political names like Hillary Clinton — the first female Democratic presidential nominee — to determine her next moves, according to the report.

“There is a double standard; it’s sadly alive and well,” Clinton told the newspaper. “A lot of what is being used to judge her, just like it was to judge me, or the women who ran in 2020, or everybody else, is really colored by that.”

Clinton, who speaks to Harris every few months on the phone, visited the vice president in her West Wing office in November, the Times reported. (Read more from “Report: Harris Complains to Allies Her Race and Gender Impact Her Media Coverage” HERE)

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