(RoyalPatriot.com )- New York Times reporters Jonathan Martin and Alex Burns have a book coming out on the 2020 election that is not only scathing toward former President Donald Trump but also takes quite a few shots at the bungling Vice President, Kamala Harris.
This past week, Politico featured excerpts from “This Will Not Pass: Trump, Biden, and the Battle for America’s Future” that appear to confirm the previous reporting about the conflicts and tensions between the Kamala camp and the Biden camp.
In one feature from last Tuesday morning, Politico noted that the book repeats the rumor that Jill Biden was none too happy with the Biden campaign’s decision to tap Kamala Harris as Joe’s running mate.
According to Martin and Burns, Jill was still stinging over Kamala’s attacks on Joe during the first Democrat debate in 2019. As you may recall, Kamala staged a public dressing-down of the hapless Biden over his opposition to school busing in which she all but accused Joe of being a racist.
Kamala’s pre-planned attack on Joe gave her a boost in the polls and her campaign an opportunity to sell T-shirts featuring a picture of Kamala as a child with the debate quote “That little girl was me.”
Interestingly, the T-shirt went on sale at her campaign website immediately after the debate. Funny how that worked out.
When Kamala was named Joe’s running mate, Martin and Burns write, an irritated Jill told a “close adviser” to Joe’s campaign that out of the millions of people in the United States, “why do we have to choose the one who attacked Joe?”
The First Lady’s spokesman, Michael LaRosa didn’t confirm or deny the claim. Instead, he told Politico that the First Lady’s office would not comment on the claims made in any of the books that will be written about the 2020 election.
Politico’s Tuesday morning article also includes an excerpt from the book that recounts President Biden’s anger that people within the White House were leaking to the press about the dysfunction in Kamala’s office.
According to the book, a furious Biden brought his senior White House staff into the Oval Office and told them they would be fired if he found out “that any of them was stirring up negative stories about the vice president.”