As rumors of the future run for the presidency continue to circulate, Vice President Kamala Harris was all smiles as she posed for a selfie with George Soros’s son on Tuesday.
More than half of Democrats (52%) are against President Biden’s candidacy for a second term in office in 2024, according to an AP-NORC survey conducted in April.
In the same survey, though, 41% of Democrats said they would back Biden if he won the party’s nomination, with another 40% saying they would “probably” support him.
Last week, when greeting graduating cadets at the Air Force Academy, the president fell on stage and required assistance getting back up, sparking new questions about his health and longevity.
After attending an event with the Service Employees International Union in Philadelphia, Harris, 58, met with Open Society Foundations head Alexander Soros upon her return to Washington.
Meeting the son of Georges Soros was not included in the vice president’s public itinerary.
According to White House visitor logs, the 37-year-old son of George Soros has been there at least a dozen times before, including once to attend a fancy state banquet for French President Emmanuel Macron at the end of last year.
According to the Federal Election Commission, Alexander Soros also gave $726,900 to the Biden Victory Fund for the 2020 election. In the 2022 election season, George Sr. gave $125 million through his Democracy PAC to various Democratic organizations and politicians.
Since 2010, he has given left-wing PACs an additional $11 million, and he has been spotted socializing on many occasions with prominent Democrats, including Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (NY) and former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (CA).
After being questioned on Monday if “a vote for President Biden is a vote for Vice President Kamala Harris,” White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre responded, “not going to comment on 2024.”