Jill Biden's Brutal Response To Kamala Harris' Joe Biden Attack

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris appear as close as can be as President of the United States and Vice President of the United States. The two took on former President Donald Trump together during the 2020 election — and won — and have seemingly been nothing but supportive of one another since moving into the White House.

The two's close friendship has even gone viral on more than one occasion, most notably when Harris found out that she and Joe had won the election. A video posted to Harris' Twitter account on November 7, 2020 saw her on the phone to Joe after the news was announced and her words, "We did it, Joe!" became an instant meme. The video has been viewed more than 49 million times and the tweet has received over 3.2 million likes and more than 741,700 retweets.

But despite their seemingly close relationship today, it turns out it wasn't always that way between the Harris' and the Bidens. Keep on scrolling to find out what Harris once said that reportedly got First Lady of the United States, Jill Biden a little hot under the collar.

Jill Biden allegedly called out Kamala Harris on a group phone call

According to a report, Jill Biden was supposedly seriously unhappy with Kamala Harris when she publicly called out Joe Biden before he chose Harris as his running mate. During a June 2019 Democratic debate, Harris questioned Joe's stance on race and segregation. 

"I do not believe you are racist, but... it was hurtful to hear you talk about the reputations of two United States senators who built their reputations and careers on the segregation of race in this country," Harris said (per New York Post). Harris referred to Joe's stance on interracial school busing and told him, "That little girl was me!" Joe responded that it was a "mischaracterization of [his] position across the board" and added, "I did not praise racists."

The interaction supposedly didn't sit too well with Jill. According to an excerpt of Edward-Isaac Dovere's book, titled "Battle for the Soul," shared by Politico, Jill made her frustration known on a group phone call with supporters the following week. She supposedly said, "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? Go f**k yourself."

Joe was also said to be perturbed by the remarks and is alleged to have turned to fellow candidate, Pete Buttigieg — who is now Joe's transportation secretary — and supposedly said, "That was some f**king bulls**t."

What Jill Biden said about allegations she lashed out over Kamala Harris' comments

Jill Biden hasn't spoken out directly about the reports claiming she supposedly said Kamala Harris could "go f**k" herself, though a representative for President Joe Biden's wife did comment on the report. Jill's spokesperson, Michael LaRosa, said in a statement to Politico, "Many books will be written on the 2020 campaign, with countless retellings of events — some accurate, some inaccurate. The first lady and her team do not plan to comment on any of them."

During a July 2019 interview with CNN, Jill admitted that Harris' words were "the biggest surprise" of the campaign so far. "I think that they were looking at the past... The one thing you cannot say about Joe is that he's a racist. I mean, he got into politics because of his commitment to civil rights. And then to be elected with Barack Obama, and then someone is saying... you're a racist?" she said.

According to Edward-Isaac Dovere's account in "Battle for the Soul," shared by Politico, while the 2019 comments may have seemed cutting, Harris still had a lot of respect for Joe. "She was searching for some way to condemn him for what he had said and done without attacking the man she liked and respected," the book claimed, noting Harris' team knew she "had to land hard on [Joe]" in the debate, but was initially reluctant because of the close relationship she had with the Biden family.

Where Jill Biden, Joe Biden, and Kamala Harris stand today

Though it seems like things were rocky between Jill Biden, Joe Biden, and Kamala Harris at one point in 2019, it appears the trio have buried the hatchet since. Joe and Kamala have gushed over one another multiple times since the debate, most notably when they were sworn into the White House in January.

"We see the first woman in American history elected to the national office, Vice President Kamala Harris. Don't tell me things can't change," Joe said of Harris during the inauguration (via U.S. News). The latter also praised the former for choosing her to stand by his side. She said even getting to be on the stage was a testament to "Joe's character" because "he had the audacity to break one of the most substantial barriers that exists in our country and select a woman as his vice-president" (via The Guardian).

Despite an alleged blip in the road, it seems like all is good in the Kamala/Biden camp today.