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Pelosi tries to help Kamala Harris when asked simple question about 2024 — but accidentally kneecaps her instead

House Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi (D) refused to answer on Wednesday a simple question about Vice President Kamala Harris and the 2024 election.

CNN anchor Anderson Cooper asked Pelosi whether she believes Harris is the "best running mate" to help President Joe Biden win re-election. But instead of answering the question with a "yes" or "no," the California Democrat responded with the five Ds of dodgeball: dodge, duck, dip, dive, and dodge.

"[Biden] thinks so and that's what matters," she told Cooper.

"Do you think so?" Cooper followed up.

Cooper's second attempt also proved to be a failure. Pelosi described Harris as "very politically astute" and someone who does not get "enough credit." But she did not say whether she personally believes Harris is the correct running mate for Biden.

"But do you think she is the best running mate though?" Cooper asked a third time.

In this instance, the third time was not the charm. In fact, Pelosi acknowledged that Harris barely does anything and justifed her lack of accomplishment as something that comes with vice presidential territory.

"She is the vice president of the United States. Some people say to me, 'Well, why isn't she doing this or that?' I say, because she's the vice president. That's the job description. You don't do that much, you know," Pelosi told Cooper. ............
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