Report: Jill Has Been Asking If There’s A Process To Remove A Sitting VP

The infighting between Kamala Harris and Jill Biden continues.

According to Human Events Senior Editor Jack Posobiec, Jill Biden has been asking if there’s a process to remove a sitting Vice President.

This isn’t the first time that Jill Biden and Kamala Harris have reportedly had issues.

According to Human Events Senior Editor Jack Posobiec, the comments Kamala Harris made about going to Europe were directed at Jill Biden.

After the first Dem debate where Kamala attacked Joe Biden, Jill Biden was angered by Kamala and attacked her in a call with close supporters.

From Politico: 

The aides could do the political maneuvering after Harris’ attack. Jill was and is the guardian of the Biden honor, the Biden id. She couldn’t bear to watch a woman who called herself a friend of her son’s—although Beau was not her biological child, she’d raised him his entire life as if he were—try to tear her husband down, to score a point at a debate.

“With what he cares about, what he fights for, what he’s committed to, you get up there and call him a racist without basis?” she said on a phone call with close supporters a week later, according to multiple people on the call. “Go f— yourself.”

To make things even worse for Kamala her first foreign policy trip turned out to be a complete disaster.

Can the vice president of the United States be fired?

There are ways a vice president can be forced to leave office – but the VP cannot be “fired.”

A vice president – along with the president – can be impeached from office.

The Constitution gives Congress the power to impeach and remove the president, the VP, and other federal “civil officers” for treason, bribery, and other high crimes and misdemeanors.

If a president dies, resigns, or is forced out through impeachment, he or she would be succeeded by the vice president. In those scenarios, the VP would lose his or her job but would get a promotion.

Vice President Harry Truman became president when Franklin Roosevelt died in 1945, and VP Gerald Ford succeeded Richard Nixon in 1974 when the Watergate scandal forced Nixon to resign.

Both Truman and Ford would lead the country through turbulent times.

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