Politico calls Harris 'onetime political rock star,' says 'it's not all her fault' for low approval numbers

Un artículo publicado por Political Magazine el domingo describió a Harris como un “una vez estrella de rock político” así como también “Un pionero, una celebridad política y, como una estrella de la Generación X conocedora de los medios” quién es “having a brutal season in the polls.

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It’s not all her fault — her boss’ numbers are slipping too, and she’s been handed a portfolio of friction-filled policy issues like immigration and voting rights,” Politico escribió. “She’s also taken heat from the media in ways that her defenders say is unique to the country’s first female, Black and South Asian vice president.

Politico reached out toseasoned political strategistsand asked them, “What can the vice president do to get her star back?”

Vice President Kamala Harris waves as she departs after speaking at the Tribal Nations Summit in the South Court Auditorium on the White House campus, martes, nov. 16, 2021, en Washington. (Foto AP/Patrick Semansky)

Vice President Kamala Harris waves as she departs after speaking at the Tribal Nations Summit in the South Court Auditorium on the White House campus, martes, nov. 16, 2021, en Washington. (Foto AP/Patrick Semansky) (Foto AP/Patrick Semansky)

The piece quotes various political operatives from both sides of the aisle, providing their two cents for Harris and offering warnings that if she doesn’t change course, she will likely becomeas relevant as Dan Quayle was in 1992 and thereafter.

Kamala Harris needs one transformational project,” former Clinton adviser Doug Schoen told Politico. “Unless she meets achievable goals on problems of central importance to America, she will fail utterly and end up as a marginalized and discredited political figure with little if anything to show for her time in the nation’s second highest office.

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Political analyst Michelle Bernard seemed to be strongly in Harriscamp, insisting shehas always been and will always be a star” y eso “the only thing that needs to be done to allow her star to shine brightly once again is to allow the Kamala Harris the public fell in love with to break free from the fairy dust sprinkled on her no doubt by some well-meaning handlers.She later addedstaff turnovers are inevitableand that she should bebe given the leeway to hire advisers and staffers she knows and trusts.

Presidente Joe Biden, con la vicepresidenta Kamala Harris, arrives to speak before signing the $  1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill into law during a ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, lunes, nov. 15, 2021. (Foto AP / Susan Walsh)

Presidente Joe Biden, con la vicepresidenta Kamala Harris, arrives to speak before signing the $ 1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill into law during a ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, lunes, nov. 15, 2021. (Foto AP / Susan Walsh) (Foto AP / Susan Walsh)

Democratic strategist Michael Starr Hopkins suggested that Harris use the 2022 midterms as anopportunity to hit the campaign trail and find her voice,” diciendo “authentic moments for the VPhave been few and far betweenso she shoulddrop the notes and allow herself to be in the moment.

GOP strategist Liz Mair took aim at her chaotic office and how Harris needs to conduct an “auditoría” of her closest confidants who supported her career path into the Senate and include them in the current officereshuffle.She also suggested the VP study up on foreign policy and defense, la “two areas that are really core to the job of being presidentamid concerns she would not be ready to be President Biden’s successor.

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