BY Benjamin ClarkJuly 9, 2024
2 weeks ago
 | July 9, 2024
2 weeks ago

Donna Brazile Advocates For Kamala Harris As Democrats Prepare For Election

Amidst the swirling debates over potential 2024 presidential candidates, former Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chair Donna Brazile vehemently defended Vice President Kamala Harris's primary role in the succession plan should President Joe Biden decide not to run.

According to Real Clear Politics, former DNC Chair Donna Brazile stated that overlooking Vice President Harris for the presidential nomination would be "political malpractice."

Donna Brazile underscored the rigorous vetting and subsequent capabilities Harris has demonstrated as Vice President. Brazile contends that Harris's extensive exposure to national politics and her profound understanding of governance make her the ideal candidate.

Brazile's Broad Political Perspectives

Brazile discussed the strategic disadvantages for Democrats if they considered bypassing Vice President Harris.

Drawing on historical parallels, she referenced the Republican Party's internal debates over replacing Donald Trump following his controversial comments during the 2016 election cycle.

The conversation on ABC delved into the political implications of such decisions, focusing on how they might mirror past events where party leadership contemplated significant shifts in candidate selection amid turbulent times.

Republican Strategy For The Electoral Race

From a strategic viewpoint, the Republican perspective considers the potential benefits of running against a Biden-led ticket, which they perceive as vulnerable.

Sarah Isgur, from the Republican side, shared insights into the GOP’s preference for Biden as an opponent, believing his candidacy might ease their path to victory.

Isgur noted that similar discussions among Democrats reflect ongoing strategic assessments, comparing it to how Republicans eventually rallied behind Trump, anticipating a robust performance in the electoral proceedings.

Harris's Recent Political Engagements

Vice President Harris has been a central figure in these high-level strategic discussions and has actively engaged with the public. A recent rally in Louisiana saw a remarkable turnout, with 60,000 attendees showing strong support for her.

Reflecting on past political scenarios can provide insights into current debates within the Democratic Party. The comparison between the Democratic response to Biden's candidacy and the Republican handling of Trump in 2016 highlights significant strategic calculations that continue to influence party decisions.

These reflections bring into focus the broader implications of candidate selection processes and the dynamics that drive them within each major political party.

Insights Into Party Strategies And Public Support

The Democratic and Republican parties are preparing for the upcoming presidential race, evaluating potential candidates through public events and internal discussions. This involves assessing each candidate's strengths and weaknesses and the overall electoral landscape.

Brazile’s commentary and the Republican views shared by Isgur highlight the multifaceted approach to understanding and influencing voter preferences and the potential impact on the election outcome.

As both parties strategize for a closely contested presidential race, the decision to support Harris could significantly influence the Democrats' strategy and cohesion.

Brazile’s defense of Harris emphasizes loyalty and strategic continuity within the Democratic Party, stressing the importance of backing a tested and proven candidate.


As the political landscape continues to evolve, the debate over Vice President Kamala Harris's candidacy remains a focal point of discussion among Democrats. Brazile’s assertive defense highlights the potential risk of not endorsing Harris should Biden opt out of the 2024 race.

The strategic implications of such a decision, alongside the public’s response to Harris’s recent rally, illustrate the complex interplay of loyalty, strategy, and electoral calculations that define the current political environment.

Written by: Benjamin Clark



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