Kamala Harris Dodges Reporter’s Question About Inflation And Gas Prices


Vice President Kamala Harris dodged a reporter’s question about inflation and gas prices Friday, instead answering a question intended for Romanian President Klaus Iohannis.


Harris attended the joint press conference at Cotroceni Palace in Bucharest, Romania, on Friday to demonstrate U. S. support for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and Ukraine. A reporter asked Iohannis about whether Romania needs more U.S. troops and defense aid to combat the”dire threat” the country is facing in the Black Sea.

“And if I can ask you, Madame Vice President, President Biden has said that Americans will feel some pain for the sake of defending freedom and liberty. But there does seem to be no endgame in sight. How long should Americans expect, how long should we be bracing for this historic inflation and some unprecedented gas prices?” an Associated Press reporter asked.

“In terms of the discussions that the president Iohannis had ranged in subject including the issue of the Black Sea and I’ll let him explain in more detail as he would like. But we are, again, fully aware and reprised because we are in constant communication with the president, with his administration here about the concerns that they have about the entire region and frankly the vulnerability.”

“All you have to do is look at the map and see that where Romania exists geographically and as is the case for our allies on the Eastern flank, that there are potential vulnerabilities which is why we say very clearly, we will dedicate and have been in especiall… (Read more)

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