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Sarah Palin Tried To Give Kamala Harris Some VP Advice, And Social Media Said 'No Thank You'

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After Joe Biden announced California Senator Kamala Harris would be his running mate in the 2020 elections, the world turned to the internet to offer their thoughts and reactions.

One person whose advice wasn't taken extremely seriously was Sarah Palin, who was invited by Good Morning America to offer Harris her advice on what its like to run for Vice President as a woman.

Though Palin was the last female Vice-Presidential candidate, she was widely regarded as under-vetted and under-qualified for the position.



Many at the time connected McCain's collapse as a Presidential candidate to his selection of Palin as VP.



Twitter pushed back hard against the idea that Sarah Palin had relevant advice to offer Kamala Harris, who's been a successful public servant for many years and has already been thoroughly vetted by a contentious primary.



There were many online who criticized Good Morning America for offering Palin a platform once again.



Since her failed Vice-Presidential run, Palin has had a tumultuous journey that's included reality television, family drama, and The Masked Singer.



The last thing 2020 needs is a resurgence of Sarah Palin.

Kamala Harris has already made history as the first Black and first Asian female Vice-Presidential candidate on a major party ticket.

This November, voters will get the chance to show their excitement for her at the polls.