(Washington DC) – Vice President Kamala Harris called on Democrats at their winter meeting Saturday and said the big thing in the medium term is to remind voters that the Biden-Harris administration has delivered on their campaign promises. “Our job is to show people that they got what they ordered,” Harris said at a meeting of the Democratic National Committee (DNC). Fresh from his trip to Europe to deal with the Russia-Ukraine war, Harris said Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine threatened other democracies.
“The sea that has isolated us will not remain untouched by our aggression,” Harris said. Reflecting on his meetings with allies in Europe, Harris said that their greatest strength was to stand together in defense of unity and democracy. He reaffirmed the US commitment to Ukraine because it resists a brutal Russian invasion. “The United States stands firmly with the people of Ukraine [and] In defense of the NATO alliance, “said Harris. Harris’s speech to the Democratic National Committee (DNC) in Washington DC comes as a faithful gear-up for a tough midterm election season. For the first time since 2019, hundreds of DNC members have gathered for a private event due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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