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People are beginning to come up with the idea that Kamala Harris has been groomed to take over as President of The United States in 2024, according to Fox News.

“I think it’s actually what you do when it’s good government – you appoint your vice president to run certain task forces and run point on certain issues,” Ari Fleischer said.

“That’s normal. What’s fascinating here, of course, is that you have a 78-year-old president… I can’t imagine in a million years is actually going to run for re-election.”

“I think everything involved in Kamala Harris’ future is immediately suspect about whether she’s going to run in replace of Joe Biden in a wide-open Democratic Primary,” Ari Fleischer said.

“Everything is also political for her given Joe Biden’s age.”

“Kamala Harris is not going to have this handed to her.”

“There’s going to be a dozen or so Democrats challenging Vice President Harris to be the Democratic nominee.”

From Fox News:

Speculation is on the rise suggesting President Biden is preparing right-hand woman Kamala Harris to replace him in 2024.

The VP’s new lead in White House efforts on voting rights and Biden’s appointment for Harris to lead a COVID-19 vaccination tour suggests she’s getting ready to pile more onto her plate but Fox News contributor Ari Fleischer disputed the assumption on “The Story with Martha MacCallum” Thursday.

The former White House press secretary argued that it’s traditional for the vice president to be prepared in case of emergency, especially under the circumstances that Biden is historically the oldest sitting president at 78 years old.

Fleischer explained that by the time 82-year-old Biden is up for re-election in 2024, Harris, rather, would have a leg up as the leading Democratic candidate and outgoing VP.

According to Fox News approval numbers, Harris is less favorable than Biden at 49% which Fleischer said is not surprising considering she wasn’t a “very popular” candidate in 2020.