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As Kamala Harris loses shine, Democrats' prospects dim for 2024

Uncertainty over Biden's successor opens U.S. up to a potential return by Trump

U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris has been dogged by reports of dysfunction in her office.   © Reuters

WASHINGTON -- Once considered a top candidate to succeed U.S. President Joe Biden in 2025, Kamala Harris has faced growing headwinds since taking office 10 months ago as she fails to leave her mark on the policy front.

Her approval ratings have been sagging along with her boss's. The excitement she generated as the country's first Black, South Asian American and female vice president seems to have waned.

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