To say the least, it has been a rather difficult week for Vice President Kamala Harris.

Not only has her approval rating dipped to a dismal 28%, but according to sources within the White House, it appears President Joe Biden might be looking to replace her.

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Even before the twosome decided to join forces and try to fix America, which wasn’t broken, Harris fired critical claims at Biden that he was a racist. Granted, this was during the time Harris was looking to run for President herself, but now that she is VP to the man she called a racist, it seems there might be a power shift within the Biden administration. 

While the news hasn’t been made official, both top Democratic donors and people within the administration are claiming there is a reason Harris has been a no-show these last few months. And when she does make an appearance, there always seems to be some issue like getting her name wrong or having to listen to her famous cackle. Either way, the end of Harris might be near, and it is definitely taking a toll on her. 

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In the video above, Harris is making a typical speech, but something seems off. Not only is she slurring her words, but Harris also appears to be acting scared about what she is talking about. Again, this might be due to the fact that her political career could be over as the man she deemed a racist is now the President and her boss. Either way, the video proves that the stress is clearly getting to Harris. 

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