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'Absolutely not': Americans weigh in on whether Kamala Harris can lead on AI after Elon Musk mocked her

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D.C. residents said they don't trust Vice President Kamala Harris to lead the White House's response to artificial intelligence. WASHINGTON, D.C. – Vice President Kamala Harris wouldn't be able to effectively run the White House's response to artificial intelligence if she's charged with leading it, some residents of the nation's capital told Fox News. "I don't know if Kamala Harris has the background and the tech knowledge to really get a grasp on what AI can do and what its capabilities are, to be able to wrangle it in a space that is safe for everyone and not just beneficial for large corporations," Eric told Fox News. Vice President Kamala has been involved with the White House's AI efforts. But another D.C. local, Marlena, said: "I definitely trust her on the task force. She's a brilliant woman, extraordinarily accomplished."

Kamala Harris for president in 2024 not a sure thing, if Biden does not run, according to Virginia voters

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Rosa, a mother from Virginia, told Fox News, "I would support her, but I'd be open to other candidates as well in the Democratic Party." "No, I wouldn't support any Democrat," said Lisa from Ashburn, VA. "I don't think she deserves the position she is in now," said a man named Daniel. "I think she's a joke, to be honest." Vice President Kamala Harris delivers remarks and President Biden signs an Executive Order on Project Labor Agreements. A Fox News poll conducted earlier this month found that most Americans view Harris unfavorably, with 39% viewing her favorably vs. 56% unfavorably. "I would not support a Democratic ticket or her," said Kristine, a Virginia mother.

Democrats' White House hopes hinge on 'splintered' field, say voters

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"I think that the Democratic field is a little bit splintered right now … but it's hard to say," Daniel told Fox News. "It's going to be a pretty wide-open field, and we'll just have to wait and see." Greg, a longtime Alexandria, Va., resident, said, "I don't know of any candidate that I would be happy to support, and I'm definitely Democrat." President Biden has said he intends to run for president in 2024, but that has not stopped would-be candidates from raising their national profiles. California Gov. Gavin Newsom was found to be the most difficult Democratic candidate for a Republican to beat in the 2024 presidential election, per a recent straw poll by TPUSA.

Trump rips Biden over silence on court packing, says he wouldn't last a full term

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Here's what you need to know as you start your day ... Trump blasts Biden over silence on court-packing, claims Dem wouldn't last a full term President Trump berated Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden during an exclusive interview on "Hannity" on Thursday night after the former vice president refused yet again to say whether he'd support efforts to expand the Supreme Court. Earlier in the day, Biden said at a campaign stop in Phoenix that he would reveal his position on court-packing "when the election is over." "I think what he said was so disrespectful to the process and to the people," Trump told Fox News host Sean Hannity. "But what that means, really, is that they're going to do it, because obviously, that means 100 percent that's what they're going to do. They're going to end the filibuster and they're going to do things that you wouldn't have thought."

Kamala Harris will play 'diplomatic' role in migration crisis, White House says

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Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Vice President Kamala Harris will play a "diplomatic" role in addressing the migrant surge at the U.S. southern border, White House officials said Monday. Harris, according to officials from the vice president's office, will lead "diplomatic efforts to engage Mexico and the Northern Triangle to address the root causes of migration and to oversee the flow and use of US aid." Officials said Harris, though, will continue to be involved in the administration's response to the border.