*Kamala Harris says she feels a “very big sense of responsibility” as the country’s first African American, first Asian American and first female vice president.
“I’ll be thinking about my mother. I’ll be thinking about all those girls and boys,” Harris said, speaking exclusively to “Good Morning America” co-anchor Robin Roberts in an interview that aired Wednesday. “I feel a very — I don’t want to say heavy weight in a way that it sounds like a burden. But I feel– a very big sense of responsibility.”
Roberts asked Harris, “In four years from now, if you were to look back as your role as vice president. What will be your definition of success?”
“Joe Biden’s success,” Harris quickly replied.
Harris and Roberts also chatted about the stimulus bill, the electoral college, what to do about this divided country, the importance of Georgia’s Senate runoff election, the first “first gentleman” and more.
Watch the full interview below: