MSNBC star Al Sharpton confronted backlash Wednesday for urging President Biden to make use of Vice President Kamala Harris “more effectively,” saying in an interview that he thinks the president ought to widen the scope of her duties and supply her “more positions of power.”

Sharpton, in an interview with “The Root,” detailed a plan to fulfill with the president to debate Harris’ “assignments.” 

“We want her to have a strong position, not marginal positions,” Sharpton stated. “I think that he did the right thing giving her voting, but I think he should continue to give her more positions of power.”

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Fox News contributor Joe Concha scoffed on the suggestion in an look on “Fox News Primetime” Wednesday, arguing that Harris ought to first handle the mounting border disaster earlier than broadening her workload.

“Just spitballing here, shouldn’t the vice president show she could do one job well before [she is] given more jobs in this situation?” Concha requested.

Vice President Kamala Harris.

Vice President Kamala Harris.

“23% of Americans approve of the way the crisis that is a catastrophe is being handled at the Southern border,” he remarked. “You will never guess who was put in charge of that…it’s Kamala Harris.

“We see it firsthand,” Concha continued. “You have spoken to Border Patrol and listen to the similar factor….’we’re getting no assist from Washington. The president and V.P. don’t care…’ but right here is Sharpton saying give her extra accountability.

Concha puzzled whether or not Harris’s subsequent function would come with the formation of against the law process drive.

The Rev. Al Sharpton, right, introduces Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden at the National Action Network South Carolina Ministers' Breakfast, Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020, in North Charleston, S.C. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

The Rev. Al Sharpton, proper, introduces Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden on the National Action Network South Carolina Ministers’ Breakfast, Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020, in North Charleston, S.C. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

“How does that sound to reverse skyrocketing violent crime in American cities?” he requested. “That’s right, she advocated a bail fund for rioters in Minneapolis. One man who got out has since been charged with murder, so I guess that’s out.”

Concha famous that Harris – who has not achieved a one-on-one interview with any main entity in practically 140 days, has gone “completely MIA” because the administration faces a barrage of crises.

“She is as visible at this point as Michael Avenatti these days,” he stated. “So, yeah, the reverend thinks she’s should have more responsibility? I don’t think so.”