Vice President Kamala Harris is confident that the Biden campaign will emerge victorious in 2024, regardless of who the Republican Party nominates for President of the United States.
Ahead of Monday night’s Iowa caucuses, Harris sat down for an exclusive interview with ABC News, where she was asked about the administration’s concerns regarding the GOP nominee.
“Well, let me just tell you this. No matter who the Republican nominee is, we’re winning. We’re winning,” Harris said.
Chief White House correspondent Mary Bruce then asked the vice president whether she believes former President Donald Trump is a “foregone conclusion” to compete against President Joe Biden later this year.
“I don’t know, but look, if it is Donald Trump, we beat him before and we’ll beat him again,” Harris replied.
The Fox News Decision Desk revealed that Trump cruised to an easy victory Monday at 8:31 pm ET, a half an hour after the caucuses got underway across the Hawkeye State.
Harris has repeatedly expressed that Biden would handily beat Trump in a hypothetical rematch.
In late October, CBS’ Bill Whitaker sat down with the vice president and questioned why she and Biden were “running neck and neck” with Trump and not 30 points ahead.
“Bill, we’re going to win. Let me just tell you that. We’re going to win. And I’m not saying it’s going to be easy. But we will win,” she said.
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