Joe Biden allegedly plans to cut ties with Kamala Harris if this means that he can be re-elected in the 2024 elections.

An unnamed source told National Enquirer that Biden is convinced that his ratings will improve if he dumps his current vice president.

“Joe’s no fool. He knows if he can add someone like Hillary Clinton or even Michelle Obama to the ticket instead of Kamala, his chances immediately improve against any Republican nominee. Joe’s also looking ahead. If he wins the next election cycle, his running mate will be a front-runner in 2028,” the source said.

The source added that Harris doesn’t seem to have the right stuff to become the next president of the United States.

“Before dropping out, she ran a disastrous presidential campaign in 2019, and her performance since Inauguration Day has done nothing to change anyone’s opinion of her viability as presidential material,” the source said.

What’s worse is that Biden is allegedly steaming over Harris’ performance in trying to get the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act through the Senate after it was passed by the House of Representatives.

“Joe gave her responsibility over these two hot-button issues, and she’s done nothing but make a hash out of them. Combine that with the reports of her overseeing a toxic work environment in her office. The writing was on the wall – she had to go,” the source said.

However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt. It’s not true that Biden is planning to ditch Harris so that he could run for president again in 2014.

If Biden has plans to run, he can do it with or without Harris by his side. After all, Harris has not expressed any desire to continue her job as a vice president.

It’s not also true that Biden is disappointed with Harris’ performance as his vice president. This rumor has been circulating for approximately 2 years but even Biden already denied this allegation.

As for Biden wanting to team up with Obama or Clinton over Harris, this isn’t accurate either. After all, Obama has no plans to run for president or even return to the Oval Office as a vice president.

And Clinton has not also expressed any desire to work with Biden.