Kamala Harris on Tuesday traveled to Pennsylvania to attend a labor rally in South Philly.
Harris gave a one-on-one interview with 6 ABC Action News anchor Tamala Edwards after she delivered remarks at the Sheet Metal Workers’ International Association.
Tamala Edwards started the interview by asking Kamala Harris about inflation.
Inflation surged at its highest rate in more than 40 years.
“I acknowledge one must acknowledge that prices are going up, and that people are working hard and, in many cases, are worried about whether they can get through the end of the month and make it all work,” Harris said.
“What I can say is that people deserve to know that their president, that our administration, is concerned enough to do something about it, so that is what we are doing,” she added.