The Washington Free Beacon is honored to present a Special Africa Edition of "Veep Thoughts with Kamala Harris" to commemorate the vice president's recent trip to Ghana, Tanzania, and Zambia.
Harris, who remains (alarmingly) one 80-year-old heartbeat away from the presidency, shared her unrivaled intellect with an international audience. "That plant needs less water, more water, less sun, less sun," she said after visiting a pepper farm in Zambia.
The vice president demonstrated her excitement about "the impact of the future of Africa," while having vital conversations with African leaders.
"We have had today, this afternoon, a wide-ranging discussion," Harris said following a meeting with the president of Ghana. "We have discussed a number of important topics, including the importance of concepts and priorities."
Really makes you think.