Ella Emhoff, Kamala Harris’ stepdaughter,  calls for the vice president to resign stem from money raised for a relief organisation allegedly linked to terrorists.

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Controversy Surrounds Kamala Harris’ Stepdaughter Ella Emhoff

Ella Emhoff, Kamala Harris' stepdaughter,  calls for the vice president to resign stem from money raised for a relief organisation allegedly linked to terrorists.
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In a recent column published in The Washington Post, Kathleen Parker has called for Vice President Kamala Harris to “step aside” for the betterment of the country. Parker, a renowned columnist, cited Harris’s disappointing performance and suggested that her continued presence could be detrimental to the Democratic ticket.

Parker’s argument stems from her belief that Harris was initially chosen as Vice President due to her race and gender, which provided a sense of job security. However, as time has passed, Harris’s performance has failed to meet expectations, leading to concerns about her impact on the Democratic Party’s chances in upcoming elections.

Highlighting Harris’s lack of popularity among voters, Parker emphasized that promoting her to the presidency would likely not improve her standing. This sentiment is echoed by findings from a recent USA Today/Suffolk University poll, which indicate that Harris is more unpopular than both President Biden and former President Trump.

In addition to addressing Harris’s political career, Parker also touched upon the controversy surrounding Kamala Harris’s stepdaughter, Ella Emhoff. Emhoff faced criticism for raising funds for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), despite allegations of the agency’s ties to terrorist activities, particularly with Hamas.

UNRWA has faced international scrutiny for its close associations with Hamas, resulting in cuts in funding from several nations, including the United States. House Republicans are now gearing up for a formal investigation into UNRWA’s alleged involvement in terrorist activities.

Representative Darrell Issa has expressed concerns about UNRWA’s actions and called for increased awareness of its alleged ties to terrorism. These sentiments are reiterated throughout Parker’s column, emphasizing the importance of addressing the issue for the safety and security of all involved.

As calls for Vice President Harris to step aside continue to gain traction, the political landscape remains uncertain. However, Parker’s column serves as a reminder of the challenges faced by the Democratic Party and the importance of addressing them head-on for the greater good of the country.

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