What is Kamala Harris’ current location?

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What is Kamala Harris’ current location?

As the first female Vice President of the United States, Kamala Harris continues to make history.

She also became the first woman in history to hold presidential power on November 19, 2021, while Joe Biden was undergoing a routine procedure.

Biden temporarily delegated presidential powers to Harris in order to undergo a colonoscopy, a procedure that detects changes or abnormalities in the large intestine and rectum.

While the president was sedated, Harris filled in for him, as other vice presidents have done in the past.

“As was the case when President George W Bush underwent the same procedure in 2002 and 2007, and following the process set forth in the Constitution, President Biden will transfer power to the Vice President for the brief period of time while he is under anesthesia,” said Press Secretary Jen Psaki in a statement.

“During this time, the Vice President will work from her West Wing office.”

The news came just one day after one of her top aides was fired.

Ashley Etienne, Harris’ communications director, resigned on November 18 to pursue “other opportunities,” which she will begin in December.

“Ashley is a valued member of Vice President Biden’s team who has worked tirelessly to further the administration’s goals,” a White House official told CNN.

“In December, she will be leaving the office to pursue other opportunities.”

On November 14, CNN first reported on tensions between the president and his second in command, claiming that Vice President Kamala Harris feels “sidelined.”

CNN reported that reporters spoke with nearly three dozen former and current aides who said there is a schism between Harris and Biden, according to the article.

“There have been a lot of reports out there and they don’t reflect his view of our experience with the vice president,” Psaki responded during a press briefing on November 15.

“Not only does the president look to the vice president for advice and counsel, but she also takes on difficult issues.”

“She isn’t looking for a comfortable job.

She’s a valuable member of the team, and he expects to be out in the country working on the infrastructure bill with her.”

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