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Do you see a bright future for Harris, Joe? Biden says ‘Kamala won’t be the last woman to become vice president — or president’ — 24 hours after her North Korea blunder

  • President Biden spoke about Kamala Harris at an event at the White House
  • He and Harris were in the eastern room for the celebration of Rosh Hashanah
  • First lady Jill Biden and Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff attended
  • “You’re the first, but as Kamala often says, you won’t be the last,” he said
  • Came a day after her comment about ‘Republic of North Korea’

President Joe Biden nodded in confidence to Vice President Kamala Harris, saying that one day there would be a woman in the Oval Office and the first female vice president won’t be the last.

His comment drew loud applause in the East Room of the White House during a Rosh Hashanah celebration, where the first Jewish second Lord Doug Emhoff spoke and first lady Jill Biden spoke about the closeness of the first and second family.

It also came just a day after Harris made a blunder on her maiden trip to the DMZ by mistakenly referring to the US “alliance with the Republic of North Korea” — taking the name of one of the country’s top allies. mutilated by mixing it with the Hermetic regime that tested a ballistic missile during her visit.

“And Doug’s right, you’re the first, but as Kamala often says, you won’t be the last. Kamala won’t be the last woman to become vice president or president,” Biden said after Emhoff’s comments.

The crowd, including Jewish supporters, erupted into applause at the remark.

“You won’t be the last.” President Joe Biden predicted there would be a female president and said Vice President Kamala Harris will not be the last female vice president

Harris did some miles himself. She took it up in her 2020 election victory speech in Wilmington, declaring, “I won’t be the last.”

Since that time, she has experienced a number of accidents during her tenure, during which she has been criticized for her handling of border issues and staff turnover. Harris visited Japan for the funeral of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and met key allies in times of tension with China, on a journey that brought her back to the world stage.

Her own gaffe came shortly after Biden committed one herself, asking “Where’s Jacki” at a White House event, in apparent reference to the late Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.), who died last month.

Biden spoke a day after Harris accidentally referred to the

Biden spoke a day after Harris accidentally referred to the “Republic of North Korea.” The hermetic regime is ruled by an ironclad third-generation dictator. She meant to say Republic of Korea

The unfortunate flu came on Harris's first visit to the DMZ

The unfortunate flu came on Harris’s first visit to the DMZ

Problems in sight.  Harris looked through binoculars at the DMZ

Problems in sight. Harris looked through binoculars at the DMZ

Former President Donald Trump met with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un in 2019.  He reportedly took their 'love letters' to Mar-a-Lago

Former President Donald Trump met with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un in 2019. He reportedly took their ‘love letters’ to Mar-a-Lago

Happy 5783!  Second Mr. Doug Emhof, the first Jewish wife of a President or VP, spoke at the Jewish New Year event

Happy 5783! Second Mr. Doug Emhof, the first Jewish wife of a President or VP, spoke at the Jewish New Year event

White House PR’s response to the apparent error was disappointing. Press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Walorski was “top of mind” when Biden made the strange comment.

Biden also spoke of standing up to anti-Semitism, naming a “former leader” who said there were “good people on both sides” in Charlottesville, in a slap at Donald Trump.

“I literally walked to give back to the soul of America some decency and honor in the way we talk about each other when we interact,” Biden said of his campaign.

He also came at a “very difficult time for so many Jewish families in Florida, possibly for some of you who have loved ones in Florida” after Hurricane Ian.

“Our hearts go out to everyone out there in the state experience here. It could well be one of the most devastating hurricanes in that state’s history,” he said.

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