- You're coming up on a month inside the machine. What are you finding is harder about the pandemic? How are you finding the hole is deeper?
KAMALA HARRIS: I mean, the challenge, Mike, is what I explained to the mayors. There was no stockpile. Right? It's in many ways--
- No stockpile of?
KAMALA HARRIS: Of vaccines, right? So we're looking at this. There was no national strategy or plan for vaccinations. We were leaving it to the states and local leaders to try and figure it out. And so, in many ways, we're starting from scratch on something that's been raging for almost an entire year. And that's--
- And so are you having to adjust your sights now of what's possible given that?
KAMALA HARRIS: And to challenge that everything is possible, we've got to figure out a way. That has to be our standard. Our standard has to be, everything is possible but we're going to have to work like heck to get it done, which means, again, no patience-- no patience for delay, no patience for no, no patience for it can't be done. That's how I feel about it. And maybe that's why everybody was laughing, because sometimes I express that kind of emotion in meetings.