Next woman up: A short list of who could replace Biden if vot­ers decide he can’t remem­ber how to lead

Next woman up: A short list of who could replace Biden if voters decide he can’t remember how to lead

Pres­i­dent Joe Biden’s chances of secur­ing a sec­ond White House term might have tak­en their biggest hit this week with the release of a spe­cial coun­sel report that ques­tioned his mem­o­ry and men­tal fit­ness.
Biden has strug­gled polls against a hypo­thet­i­cal, but like­ly, rematch with for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump — espe­cial­ly in swing states. If the scathing report from spe­cial coun­sel Robert Hur and mount­ing exam­ples of Biden’s men­tal and ver­bal flubs per­sist, Democ­rats could end up shak­ing up the top of the tick­et.
But replac­ing a sit­ting pres­i­dent isn’t easy. And the job for Democ­rats is com­pli­cat­ed by Vice Pres­i­dent Kamala Har­ris, an equal­ly unpop­u­lar pub­lic fig­ure, wait­ing in the wings. Har­ris might be the next in line, but if Democ­rats can’t piv­ot to her, there is a short bench of oth­er strong female can­di­dates the par­ty might call up.
Vice Pres­i­dent Ka …