Kamala Harris raises concerns that Santa Claus will not deliver this Christmas

Vice President Kamala Harris on Friday raised concerns that Santa would not be able to deliver for Christmas due to supply chain disruptions.

“Families are concerned about being able to make sure Santa gets what Santa needs to reach the kids before Christmas,” she said.

The Vice President spoke about the traditional Christmas guest at a press conference after visiting Paris, France and holding bilateral talks with President Emmanuel Macron.

Harris said she “spoke for the American public” and expressed concern about supply chain problems affecting American families.

“Prices have risen,” she admitted. “Families and individuals are dealing with the reality that bread costs more and gas costs more.”

French President Emmanuel Macron (V) greets US Vice President Kamala Harris during a ceremony at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris on November 11, 2021. (LUDOVIC MARIN / POOL / AFP via Getty Images)

Harris said the Biden administration took the issues “very seriously” and noted that it had a “direct impact” on U.S. families.

“We fully understand the importance of things costing more. It’s a big deal,” Harris said, telling reporters she often spoke to the president about the issue.

She said the Build Back Better legislation would make it “easier for Americans to live” and reduce the cost of childcare and universal preschool assistance.

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