Editors at the New York Post deliver a message to the flailing vice president as she complains about her media coverage. Paraphrasing Taylor Swift, the newspaper’s editorial board basically says to the VP: “It’s you. Hi. The problem is you.”

Poor Kamala Harris. The press refuses to focus on “the strength of my leadership,” as the veep puts it, denying her the attention she deserves.

OK, we’ll give you a minute to stop laughing.

Harris has made zero progress on her top priority — stopping the flood of migrants rushing the border, supposedly by addressing “root causes” in their native countries — yet apparently she thinks she’s been an important leader in other ways.

Such as her role at the Munich Security Conference in February just before Russia invaded Ukraine, as the Washington Post’s Jonathan Capehart bizarrely suggested. Trouble is, she did little there besides getting mocked for claiming Europe had enjoyed “peace and security” since the end of World War II.

Harris also suggests the press look at her actions after the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision overturning Roe v. Wade. What actions? Democrats faulted the White House for its weak response to that decision.

Maybe she thinks the constant rotation of key staffers in her office — 12 have left, including former chief spokesperson Symone Sanders and communications director Ashley Etienne, in less than a year — somehow makes her a strong leader. Or maybe President Biden was suggesting she’s got potential when he reportedly called her “a work in progress.” (Don’t bet on it.)

The truth? There’s a good reason her approval rating has remained well below 50% for over 16 months — and it’s not just her nutty cackles and endless word salads, but her utter failure to make a positive difference. On anything.

If that’s the standard for leadership, it’s a low bar indeed.