Vice President Kamala Harris was once considered a possible Democratic presidential nominee. But even at the base of the party, she has a hard time – he experiences that star on his journey through the Rust Belt, the former steel region of the USA. Why is that?
Maybe a Kamala Harris fan can be found here: In the Kinsman neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio. In the middle of the USA’s Rust Belt. A working-class neighborhood in the east of the city. An African American neighborhood. A neighborhood full of Democrats in a city of Democrats. Is there anyone who can see Kamala Harris as a future president? Or a convincing Vice President?
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I have been working in the news industry for over 6 years, first as a reporter and now as an editor. I have covered politics extensively, and my work has appeared in major newspapers and online news outlets around the world. In addition to my writing, I also contribute regularly to 24 Hours World.