Kamala Harris to travel to Vietnam, Singapore next month amid China tensions, US border crisis

Vice President Kamala Harris has another big trip ahead – but it won’t be a return visit to the U.S.-Mexico border.

Instead, Harris next month will travel across the Pacific, to Vietnam and Singapore, amid U.S. tensions with China.

Her goal is to “strengthen relationships and expand economic support,” chief spokeswoman Symone Sanders said in a statement.

Harris will be the first sitting vice president to visit Vietnam.

The trip is also an effort to rally support against China’s growing economic ascendency, according to Reuters.

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