Donald Trump: Kamala Harris as First Woman President Would Be ‘Insult to Our Country’

MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN - SEPTEMBER 07: Democratic Vice Presidential Nominee Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) greets supporters gathered outside following a roundtable event with Black business owners on September 7, 2020 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Earlier in the day, Harris toured an International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) training facility and met with …
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President Donald Trump on Tuesday said that it would be an insult to America if Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) was the first woman president.

“People don’t like her. Nobody likes her. She could never be the first woman president,” Trump said of Kamala Harris. “She could never be. That would be an insult to our country.”

The president spoke about Biden and Harris during a campaign rally in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, on Tuesday evening.

Trump appeared puzzled that former Vice President Joe Biden selected Harris as his running mate but said that he was past his prime.

“He’s half-competent and he’s heading south rapidly,” he said. Trump said that Harris was more radical left than Democrat socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders.

“You know who is further left than Crazy Bernie?” he asked. “Kamala. Kamala. Kamala.”

“Biden has now formed an unholy alliance with the most extreme and dangerous element of the radical left,” he continued. “You know that.”

Trump mocked the California senator’s poll numbers in the Democrat presidential primary where she started at 15 percent and then fell to low single-digits. He also noted that Harris exited the race before the primary elections even started.

“Sort of interesting that they picked her,” Trump mused. “Because in theory, they should be able to run in California.”


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