Trump Wasted No Time Calling Kamala Harris “Nasty” During His Press Briefing

Worried about something, Mr. Trump?

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Donald Trump is using old worn-out rhetoric to attack presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s new pick for Vice-President. Of course, everyone expected Trump to use juvenile words to attack Kamala Harris. Still, this time, he recycled the “nasty” woman designation he once assigned to former Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Kamala Harris was “nasty,” Trump said during his press briefing on Tuesday soon after learning of Biden’s pick.

Trump also erroneously said, “She’s known for being the most liberal person in the US Senate.” That claim is laughable, and so far off the path of truth that it shows how frightened the president is. Trump called Harris, “extraordinarily nasty.”

“She was extraordinarily nasty to Kavanaugh,” Trump said. “She was nasty to a level that was just a horrible thing”


“She was very, very nasty,” he added. “She was probably nastier than even Pocahontas.”


Twitter users weighed in:

Harris is a strong and fierce woman, and she’s going to eat vice-president Mike Pence alive during the debate, then spit him out on the floor. Trump’s fear is understandable since he’s out of his league with a solid Biden/Harris team. And we get it — Trump doesn’t like women, but what he doesn’t like even more than that, is a strong Black woman. Trump even suggested that the California Democrat once lied about smoking marijuana while listening to rapper Snoop Dogg. His fear is palatable.

We knew Trump would unleash some ridiculous attacks on Harris, but she can handle herself. It’s the president who is “nasty,” just in case you weren’t aware of his skills in projection. Harris made Kavanaugh cry, so imagine what she’s going to do to Pence.

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