Harris says he hasn’t spoken to Pence yet

Elected Vice President Kamala HarrisHarala says Harala says he hasn’t spoken to Pence Kamala Harris, Stacey Abrams yet, in Time Magazine’s 2020 Man of the Year nominees to break with other world leaders and refuse to acknowledge Biden’s victory until the election is over. He told reporters on Wednesday that he had “not” spoken to Vice President Pence since he and the president-elect Joe BidenJoe BidenHarris says he has not yet spoken to Pence Kamala Harris, Stacey Abrams, one of Time magazine’s Obama 2020 personalities: Republican party members believe “white men are victims.” they are projected to win the White House contest earlier this month.

On Wednesday, to the question of whether he spoke to the majority leader of the Senate Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch), Mitchell McConnellHarris says he has not yet spoken to Pence Kamala Harris, Stacey Abrams of Time magazine’s 2020 nominees, Feinstein leaves top of the fight for justice (R-Ky.) Harris told reporters he “can’t talk to that directly,” the pool report said.

“I will say that for the president-elect and me, the priority from the beginning has been to intend and work through the corridor to address these most intractable issues that affect people, regardless of who they voted for,” Harris said.

As vice president, Harris will be president of the senate and will cast decisive votes if the upper chamber is divided.

Harris spoke to reporters after visiting DC Central Kitchen, a nonprofit that feeds people in need, on Wednesday.

The General Services Administration informed Biden and his team on Monday that the Trump administration is ready to formally begin the transition process.

Biden said on Wednesday that President Trump had not personally stepped in since the election, although their chiefs of staff had spoken.

Trump has not yet accepted the presidential election. Biden currently leads the president with 306 voter votes, compared to Trump’s 232 voter votes, the Associated Press writes.