President Joe Biden has demonstrated several times over the past four years that he is not fully capable of carrying out his obligations as president. In fact, many of his own party members have repeatedly questioned both his mental and physical health.
There is always the Vice President option, just in case something happens that prohibits President Biden from carrying out his duties. When Kamala Harris was recently questioned about this prospect, she gave a succinct justification for her preparedness.
During an interview, AP directly asked Kamala Harris if she was ready to succeed him if something happened to Vice President Biden.
Every vice president recognizes that when they take the oath, they must be very aware about any potential obligation they may have to succeed the president. She is exactly the same, Kamala politely retorted.
Republicans running for president have made the case that voting for Biden would actually mean voting for Harris, including former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley.
Will Joe Biden, the Current Vice President, Participate in the Election?
President Joe Biden is currently being actively blocked from running in the 2024 elections by the Republican Party. President Joe Biden doesn’t just appear mentally equipped for a second term; he is also extremely old. There is a case to be made that President Joe Biden is unqualified for a second term in light of his numerous scandals with son Hunter and his plethora of blooper films.
Trump, the current front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024, is accused of trying to rig the 2020 election in Georgia, which is one of four federal indictments against him.
Biden and Harris have stated that Trump is a threat to American democracy with the 2024 presidential election cycle already under way and the likelihood that he will be the Republican nominee.
At a summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, Harris is presently speaking on behalf of the United States.
Some people were unhappy by the president’s absence, but the White House underlined his commitment to the area, which Harris reaffirmed in her interview.