'She's outraged': Trump launches fresh attack on Kamala Harris, the first black and Asian woman to run for office

President Donald Trump on Wednesday launched a fresh attack on Kamala Harris, the first black and Asian woman to be nominated’ for national office by a major party, suggesting that when her political opponents misrepresented her name. Do they laugh "angrily"?

 

'She's outraged': Trump launches fresh attack on Kamala Harris, the first black and Asian woman to run for office

"Kamala. Kamala. You know, she gets angry at you if you don't say her name correctly," said Mr. Trump, 74, a key battlefield state who has been key to the decision. Maybe, he said at an election rally in Arizona. Who is in the White House next year?

 

"And then she starts telling you what she does when she's angry. She starts laughing. Like she did in 60 minutes. Laugh uncontrollably. That means she's angry." The president told hundreds of supporters who had gathered at Phoenix Goodyear Airport.

 

Mr. Trump was referring to a recent interview with Senator Harris, the Democratic vice presidential candidate and Joe Biden's running mate, given to CBS News ''60 Minutes' in which he had his office record before the November election The quiz was done.

 

Senator Harris, 56, laughed during the interview, which the president sarcastically said was "something wrong" with him. He also suggested that laughing may be a ploy by Senator Harris to avoid tough questions, but the footage shows lawyers continuing to offer their answers.

 

Since Mr. Biden chose him as his ally, Senator Harris has been the target of repeated attacks by the president and the wider GOP.

 

The president has described him as a "monster" and a "communist" and, trying to choose between himself and Senator Harris, has brushed off uncertain claims that Democrats are running for president for the first time. They intend to install Mr. Biden. Win.

 

The attacks have often been carried out under the pressure of racists and sexists, with the president repeatedly saying at Make at Great Again meetings that Senator Harris "will not be your first female president ... you can't let that happen."

 

GOP figures also mock the first name of Senator Harris, who was raised’ by a Jamaican father and an Indian mother. She announces her first name as 'Ka-Mal-A' instead of 'Kama La'.

 

The pronunciation of Senator Harris' first name may have gained national attention when Fox News host Tucker Carlson repeatedly refused to correctly announce it, despite being corrected’ by his guest, Richard Goodstein.

 

Mr. Carlson appeared during the exchange, suggesting that the pronunciation of Senator Harris' name did not matter. So what? He said that when he was identified’ he called Kamala wrong.


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