Vice President Kamala Harris says ‘I’m Not Doing That’ When Asked to Kneel With President Biden & The Golden State Warriors at The White House

As she and President Joe Biden met with the Golden State Warriors to commemorate the team’s NBA championship victory this week, Vice President Kamala Harris caused an unpleasant situation, according to

Warriors At The White House

When the Warriors went to the White House on Tuesday to meet with the president and vice president and take photographs, the awkward scenario happened.

The visit, however, took a turn for the worst when President Biden insisted on kneeling in front of the team immediately after the meet-and-greet completed and as the parties gathered to take a few final photographs together.

As he and Harris searched for a suitable location for the photo, Biden remarked, “I’ll tell you what,” and then he got down on one knee.

Harris promptly said, “I’m not doing that,” leaving President Biden alone in front of the NBA champs.

When President Biden stood up and appeared to fall forward, many Warriors players reached out to hold him, making the visit much more uncomfortable.

President Biden made his most recent error earlier in the ceremony when he mispronounced Vice President Harris’ first name.

Using “CAM-a-la” rather than “COMMA-la” to pronounce the vice president’s first name, Biden stated, “As Kamala indicated, we’re all anxiously following the storms, the floods, and the landslides all over California.”

Embarrassing Situations

As has noted, the president and vice president have made embarrassing situations while speaking to guests at the White House many times before.

Biden unintentionally called his vice president “President Harris” earlier this month while presenting his administration’s most recent border crisis tactics.

Biden added, “President Harris led this endeavor — led this effort to improve conditions in the nations they are leaving.” And because of her leadership, El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala have been able to receive more than $3.2 billion from the private sector in order to create employment and opportunity.

Social media users immediately started criticizing the president for his most recent error when the video went viral.

After seeing the footage, one user commented, “She wanted to laugh so badly.”

Another joked, “He essentially telling y’all…If he clocks out at any point, she’s taking over the position of President.”

Other Reports, Biden Calls VP Kamala ‘President Harris’

While presenting his administration’s most recent border crisis initiatives, President Biden accidentally referred to Vice President Kamala Harris as “President Harris,” which sparked a number of internet comments.

According to information obtained by, the president made a speech gaffe on Thursday when delivering remarks at the White House, inadvertently mixing up her title.

In the widely shared video, Biden stated with pride, “President Harris led this effort — led this effort to improve conditions in the nations from which they are fleeing. And because of her leadership, she was able to raise more than $3.2 billion from the private sector to create jobs and opportunities in El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala.

Harris could be seen humbly nodding in agreement and grinning at Biden.

One user responded on social media by saying, “She wanted to laugh so hard.”