Trump on Harris: She's A "Mad Woman"

Trump on Harris: She’s A “Mad Woman”


Kamala Harris was easily one of the most radical candidates for the Democrat presidential nomination.

And now she’s Joe Biden’s pick to be VP!

The list goes on and on for Harris’s radical liberal agenda.

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Instituting Medicare-for-All, decimating the Second Amendment, jacking up taxes.

It’s no wonder Trump says she’s a “mad woman”!

Watch Trump’s comment on Harris while calling in to Fox Business right here:

CBS News detailed how Trump also pointed out that Harris doesn't understand the facts:

President Trump tried out new angles of attack against Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris on Wednesday, calling her "very weak on facts" and saying her campaign "dropped like a rock."

Harris and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden made their first joint appearance Wednesday after Biden announced her as his running mate on Tuesday. Harris devoted a significant portion of her speech to criticizing the president's response to the coronavirus, pointing out Mr. Trump's inconsistent statements on measures like social distancing and masks, key elements of keeping the virus under control.

Confronted with her remarks, the president, whose propensity for making misleading or false claims has often been noted, said Harris probably had to drop out because she's "very weak on facts."

Take a look at what's trending on Twitter on Harris:

It really is astounding when you think about how Biden picked Harris.

She went after him like a hunting dog during the Democrat debates.

Fox News compiled a list of the times Harris attacked Biden:

Before Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were on the same presidential ticket, they were battling to win the Democratic primary and, in some instances, things got heated.

It's hardly unusual to see former primary rivals come together once the presumptive nominee is chosen, but their past clashes are striking in light of this week's running mate announcement.

Let's roll the tape:

1. HARRIS CRITICIZES BIDEN'S STANCE ON BUSING AT FIRST DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY DEBATE

In what became her most memorable debate moment, Harris challenged Biden's opposition to federally mandated busing when he was in the Senate, telling him she benefited from the program to integrate schools. The face-off produced Harris' "That little girl was me" remark that drew widespread media attention.

2. HARRIS BLASTS BIDEN FOR HYDE AMENDMENT FLIP-FLOP

Harris called Biden's past support for the Hyde Amendment "unacceptable" at a Democratic primary debate, citing her role as a former prosecutor who tried rape and child molestation cases. Biden defended his record, saying he supports a women's right to choose. Harris pressed him, asking why it took him so long to change his position on the Hyde Amendment.

During Biden's tenure in the Senate, he had expressed support for the amendment, which prohibits the use of federal funds to subsidize abortions except for cases of rape and incest or when a woman's life is endangered.

3. HARRIS AND BIDEN CLASH OVER HEALTH CARE PLANS ON DEBATE STAGE

Before Harris backed off a full-scale "Medicare-for-all," she was vehemently arguing for it in the early primary debates, pressing Biden who has always said that single-payer health care would cost too much. The two went at it over this issue.

"The plan, no matter how you cut it, costs $3 trillion when it is, in fact, employed, number one. Ten years from now, after two terms of the senator being president, after her time. Secondly, it will require middle-class taxes to go up, not down. Thirdly, it will eliminate employer-based insurance. And fourthly, what happens in the meantime?" Biden said. Harris responded that the cost of doing nothing was too high.

4. HARRIS SAYS SHE BELIEVES BIDEN'S ACCUSERS OVER SEXUAL HARASSMENT CLAIMS

“I believe them, and I respect them being able to tell their story and having the courage to do it,” the California senator told reporters in April 2019. Biden at the time had been accused by a number of women of inappropriate touching and kissing, including by a Nevada politician who said he came up behind her at a 2014 campaign stop and kissed her on the back of her head.

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You can watch Trump's entire appearance on Fox Business right here:

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