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Darrell Issa, the former thorn in the Obama administration’s side, is back on Capitol Hill after a brief exit from public office, and the Republican is casting serious doubt on whether fellow Californian Kamala Harris can work effectively with Congress as vice president.
Issa, the incoming congressman for California’s 50th District, said Harris has no record of bipartisanship and is ill equipped to be a liaison to Capitol Hill in the way that Joe Biden was a bridge-builder under President Obama.
The article goes on to state the following:
“She has no track record of effective legislation,” Issa told Fox News during new member congressional orientation. “…I don’t see her as being a bridge. President Biden will have to be his own bridge. I don’t see the vice president as having those skills or desire. I think she’s running for president within his doors from day one. It’d be nice to be wrong, but I don’t think so.”
Incoming Calif. congressman previews how Kamala Harris may operate from inside White Househttps://t.co/vrkKZRcEbx
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