Kamala Harris said she regrets not listening to and being with Americans more during her first year in office

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U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris promotes the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, in Charlotte

WASHINGTON, DC – Vice President Kamala Harris this week admitted she spends too much time behind closed doors in her Washington, D.C. office than being out with the people of America. Harris said she doesn’t get out of D.C. enough. Harris who has often been criticized as being missing in action on many topics facing Americans said she acknowledges that she isn’t doing enough to connect with the American people.