Joe Biden ended Kamala Harris’s career with this utter betrayal

Kamala Harris

Tensions at the White House are at a breaking point. But no one expected this from the president.

And Joe Biden ended Kamala Harris’s career with this utter betrayal.

Kamala Harris was never tapped to become Vice President because of her glowing credentials.

Joe Biden deliberately chose her because she is a black woman, saying “It’s important that my administration, I promise you, will look like America — from vice president to Supreme Court to Cabinet positions to every major position in the White House.”

That’s to say, he values diversity points over someone’s abilities and experience.

But he’s eating his words now thanks to sheer incompetence of Kamala Harris.

Appointed Biden’s “Border Czar,” Harris has failed to quell even part of the massive influx of illegal immigrants pouring into this nation every year.

And reports are coming out of the White House Showing President Biden isn’t happy.

According to a story published Thursday, President Joe Biden is dissatisfied with Vice President Kamala Harris’ performance as his second in command, feeling she has failed to “rise to the occasion” and take problems off his plate.

According to former Biden White House employees who spoke on the condition of anonymity, even though the duo intends to run together in 2024, Biden is dissatisfied with Harris’ stated reluctance to take on dangerous jobs.

“A point of tension in their relationship is that I don’t think that the president sees her as somebody who takes anything off of his plate [due to] a fear of messing up,” one former White House official said.

Another stated that, despite her failure to rise to the role of vice president, Biden still believes in her potential to accomplish so.

The former employee also said that the president is concerned that no 2024 Democratic candidate, including Harris, will be able to take on former President Donald Trump if he obtains the Republican presidential nomination next year.

“If he did not think she was capable, he would not have picked her. But it is a question of consistently rising to the occasion,” the former official said.

“I think his running for reelection is less about her and more about him, but I do think that she and the Democratic bench (are) a factor.”

Despite Biden’s recent public admiration for Harris, who now has a 39% approval rating, according to an average of polls compiled by aggregator RealClearPolitics.

He notably thanked her in November for leading the administration on the debate surrounding abortion access during the midterm elections.

On Thursday, the 13th anniversary of Obamacare, he also complimented her for her efforts on the law. Harris, on the other hand, has been chastised for her lack of leadership on the Mexican border.

Harris, the first female and black vice president, is set to travel to Africa later this week, which could bolster her foreign policy credentials.

Stay tuned to The Federalist Wire.