Kamala Agrees That 2024 Could be Last Election in Shocking New Interview

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During a recent interview, Vice President Harris expressed agreement with the notion that the upcoming 2024 election in the United States may have significant implications for the future of democracy.

Harris engaged in a conversation with the hosts of the podcast “I’ve Had It,” delving into the remarks made by former President Trump regarding his aspirations of assuming dictatorial powers within the first day of his potential second term.

“I don’t think it’s hyperbolic to say this genuinely could be the last democratic election we ever have,” one of the podcasts’ cohosts remarked.

“You’re right.” Harris said in response.

“No, and I’m going to tell you. As vice president, I’ve now met with over 150 world leaders … in the last three international trips I’ve taken — which are going back to the end of last year through this year — world leaders have come up to me, expressing their real concern about this election,”  Harris remarked later in the discussion.

The reelection campaign of President Biden and Harris has placed a strong emphasis on the importance of democracy and the significant implications of the upcoming 2024 election.

According to Biden, numerous world leaders have emphasized the importance of his victory in the upcoming November election during his campaign.

In a recent statement, the vice president expressed her concerns about the upcoming presidential election.

She admitted to feeling apprehensive about the potential of Trump reclaiming the White House, which has compelled her to embark on a nationwide journey promoting Biden’s re-election.

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