Harris has even been mocked by The Daily Show Twitter account, which put out a satirical video drawing parallels between Harris and the ditzy main character Selina Meyers (played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus) of HBO’s “Veep.”
While some of Harris’ speeches and comments have been criticized as confusing or repetitive, it is worth noting that she is the first female, Black, and Asian-American vice president in U.S. history. Her rise to the second-highest office in the country is a remarkable accomplishment and a historic moment.
As vice president, Harris has taken on several key responsibilities, including leading the administration’s efforts on voting rights, immigration reform, and expanding access to affordable healthcare.
She has also been tasked with addressing the root causes of migration from Central America and has made diplomatic trips to countries like Guatemala and Mexico to address the issue.
Despite the criticism she has faced for her public speaking, Harris remains a highly influential figure in American politics. Her position as the vice president puts her in a unique position to effect change and shape the policies of the Biden administration.
It remains to be seen what Harris will accomplish in her role, but her historic achievement as the first female, Black, and Asian-American vice president cannot be understated.