Kamala Harris is back on Air Force Two, only, once again, she is not headed to the border.
Harris left DC on Monday and flew overseas in an effort to repair the damage done after the United States undermined a defense deal that France had in place with Australia.
Even though it now appears as though French President Macron may have played Biden, the White House is still sending Harris over there to make nice.
Kamala Harris has failed on every front as Joe Biden’s Number One.
She has dropped the ball on every task given to the point the only person in politics with a lower approval rating than Biden right now may be Kamala Harris.
Other than immigration, at the top of the list for Harris’ failures has been her foreign policy skills.
This will be her chance to right the ship, but hopes are not strong, as she simply does not seem to have the skills to carry this off.
Regardless, Harris is now headed over to beg for forgiveness, with one official stating, “The key message for this meeting is the importance of this relationship and the fact that U.S.-French partnership matters to the world.
“It also matters to the American people because what we do together is really critical for both of our nations as well as the entire international community.”
Charles Kupchan, who served as senior director for European affairs on former President Obama’s National Security Council, added, “I think the Biden administration realized that it mishandled the rollout of the submarine deal with Australia.
“I think you’re seeing a re-engagement plan unfold over a series of weeks aimed at putting relations between Washington and Paris back on a solid footing.
“I think the Biden team is doing the right thing.
“There has been a steady drumbeat of phone calls and face-to-face meetings and that’s precisely what you do when you feel you’ve made a misstep.”
Expect a lot of photo ops as well as Harris continuing to make the push of racial inequality.
Harris is expected to give the opening remarks at the Paris Peace Forum, and I am sure her speech will be ever-so-flattering for the United States.
Source: The Hill