Biden, Harris Publicly Mull Over Working with Republicans

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The legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election remains under intense dispute. Lawyers representing Trump have repeatedly filed cases and appeals to courts at every level in the nation; unfortunately, though, virtually all of these cases and appeals faced rejections and dismissals.

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The formal transition of power for the Biden-Harris administration started weeks ago. Legal aides for the president have continued to maintain that they will fight to overturn fraudulent results; however, many Americans are predicting that Biden will ultimately wind up in the White House.
This assumption is certainly one that Biden and Harris are running with. Breitbart News confirms Harris’ statements claiming her interest in working with Republicans while she’s in the White House.

Harris on Working with Members of the GOP

Yesterday, Kamala Harris sat down for an interview with MSNBC. While speaking with this news outlet, the California senator spoke about the current state of affairs in America and how she and Biden will work in the White House.
According to Harris, working across the aisle with Republicans is her “hope and prayer.” Furthermore, Harris pointed out that America’s “biggest challenges” do not adhere to partisan or party lines, but instead demand leaders to work together.

Some of the challenges Harris directly cited on MSNBC included COVID-19 vaccine distribution, reopening the economy, and safe returns to school.
Before her interview wrapped up, Harris claimed that maximum levels of participation are necessary in order for leaders to find solutions to current issues.

Campaigning in Georgia

Harris’ remarks about working with Republicans arrived the same day that she rallied for Georgia Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff in the Senate runoffs. Like other leftists, Harris has a vested interest in flipping the Senate blue so that Democrats can pass whichever policies they like without having to truly work with Republicans.

Harris’ campaign stop in Columbus, Georgia took place amid polls showing that Warnock and Ossoff are behind both of their GOP opponents. Democrats throughout the United States have thrown money into Warnock and Ossoff’s campaigns, while Republicans across America back Sens. Loeffler and Perdue.
The outcome of the Georgia runoff races will greatly determine whether or not the Senate remains under GOP control, and therefore serves as a checks-and-balances on the incoming Biden White House administration.
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