VIDEO: Kamala Hammered by Reporter with THIS Question

Kamala Harris

( – It’s not the first time Kamala Harris has dodged a straightforward question or given an answer that makes no sense – but she was at her worst in that regard in a new interview, practically refusing to explain why the Biden administration is increasingly unpopular.

In an interview with the CBS News program “60 Minutes aired on Sunday, Vice President Kamala Harris was directly questioned about the declining popularity that she and the President were experiencing, especially among young people.

You can watch the video clip below.

“A recent CBS poll found that at the beginning of President Biden’s term, 70% of young people, people under 30, said he was doing a good job. Now it’s less than 50%, why is that? What’s going on?” host Bill Whitaker asked.

Harris responded by highlighting the administration’s focus on critical issues like climate change and student loan debt, which resonate strongly with young voters.

“If you poll how young people feel about the climate and the warming of our planet, it polls as one of their top concerns,” she said.

“When we talk about what we are doing with student loan debt, polls very high. The challenge that we have as an administration is we gotta let people know who brung it to ’em. That’s our challenge,” Biden’s veep added.

“But it is not that the work we are doing is not very, very popular with a lot of people,” she claimed.

Further, Whitaker inquired why, given their achievements, the Biden-Harris ticket isn’t significantly leading former President Donald Trump in the polls.

“I’m not a political pundit, so I’m not gonna speak to that,” Harris began.

“But what I will say is this: when the American people are able to take a close look at election time on their options, I think the choice is gonna be clear,” she asserted.

“We’re gonna win. And I’m not saying it’s gonna be easy, but we will win. I have no doubt,” the vice president argued.

A new Gallup poll has revealed a decline in President Biden’s approval ratings, particularly among Democrats, where it has dropped 11 points to 75% in the past month. His approval among independent voters stands at 35%.

The President is also facing challenges in states he previously won in 2020, including New York, where a majority of Democrats now express a preference for a different presidential candidate.