Kamala Harris confident in potential 2024 Trump rematch, says ‘we’re winning’ no matter who GOP nominates

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By Carina

Vice President Kamala Harris has expressed unwavering confidence in the Biden campaign’s prospects for victory in the 2024 presidential election, regardless of the Republican Party’s nominee. 

In a recent exclusive interview with ABC News, Harris discussed the administration’s stance on the upcoming election.

Vice President Harris’ confidence in Biden campaign

When asked about concerns regarding the GOP nominee, Harris firmly stated, “Well, let me just tell you this. No matter who the Republican nominee is, we’re winning. We’re winning.” 

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This statement reflects the administration’s confidence in their campaign strategy and the strength of their political base.

Chief White House correspondent Mary Bruce inquired if Harris considered former President Donald Trump a “foregone conclusion” as Biden’s opponent. 

To this, Harris replied, “I don’t know, but look, if it is Donald Trump, we beat him before, and we’ll beat him again.” This response underlines the administration’s readiness to face Trump if he becomes the Republican nominee.

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Trump makes early landslide victory in Iowa

The Fox News Decision Desk reported that Trump secured an early victory in the Iowa caucuses. He achieved this significant win just half an hour after the caucuses commenced across the Hawkeye State. 

Trump’s rapid success in Iowa marked a crucial early triumph in his bid to reclaim the presidency.

Reacting to his victory, Trump told Fox News Digital’s Brooke Singman, “It really is an honor that, minutes after, they’ve announced I’ve won—against very credible competition — great competition, actually.” 

Trump’s win in Iowa was the most significant margin in the history of the state’s Republican presidential caucuses, surpassing Sen. Bob Dole’s 12.8 percent winning margin in 1988.

Biden’s recognition of Trump as ‘clear front-runner’

Following Trump’s win, President Biden acknowledged him as the “clear front-runner on the other side at this point.” 

Biden reinforced his perspective on the election, tweeting, “But here’s the thing: this election was always going to be you and me vs. extreme MAGA Republicans. It was true yesterday, and it’ll be true tomorrow.”

Vice President Harris has consistently maintained that Biden would prevail over Trump in a potential rematch. 

In a conversation with CBS’ Bill Whitaker in late October, Harris was asked why they were not significantly ahead of Trump in polls. 

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Kamala Harris expresses firm belief in winning and democracy

She responded, “Bill, we’re going to win. Let me just tell you that. We’re going to win. And I’m not saying it’s going to be easy. But we will win.” 

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Whitaker noted her conviction, to which Harris added, “I have no doubt, but I also have no doubt it’s going to be a lot of work. And everyone’s going to have to participate. This is a democracy.”

Her response highlighted not just a strong belief in their campaign’s success but also the importance of active participation in the democratic process. 

Harris emphasized the need for collective effort and engagement from the American electorate.

Political landscape leading up to 2024

The political dynamics leading up to the 2024 presidential election paint a complex picture. 

With Trump’s early victory in Iowa and Biden’s acknowledgment of him as the leading opponent, the stage is set for a potentially intense electoral battle. 

The administration’s confidence, as voiced by Vice President Harris, contrasts with the challenges posed by the Republican front-runner.

Democratic perspective on upcoming election

Vice President Kamala Harris’s statements convey a strong message of confidence from the Biden administration regarding the 2024 election. 

Despite the competitive political landscape and the early successes of potential Republican nominees, Harris and the administration remain steadfast in believing in a Democratic victory. 

As the nation moves closer to the election, the strategies and engagement of both parties will be pivotal in shaping the outcome of what promises to be a closely watched and potentially historic election.

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