Trump With Series of Attacks Towards Biden’s Running Mate

President Donald Trump continues to attack Senator Kamala Harris ever since Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden announced that she is going to be his running mate.

On Thursday, Trump said that Harris is getting a free pass from the media on her “Radical Left failures’’ and her unsuccessful presidential bid.

“The Fake News Media is giving @KamalaHarris a free pass despite her Radical Left failures and very poor run in the Democrat Primary. There was nobody meaner or more condescending to Slow Joe, not even me, and yet she quickly evaporated down to almost zero in the poll. Bad!’’ Trump wrote on Twitter.

Trump even complained about her behavior during the Supreme Court hearing for Justice Brett Kavanaugh saying that Harris was extraordinarily nasty.

“I won’t forget that soon,’’ said Trump.

Nasty and Phony were the words Trump used to describe Harris, as he said that she is willing to shift her beliefs when certain opportunities present themselves. He also targetted her actions as a former prosecutor. 

Sharp rhetoric towards his opponents is what Trump is known about. He called Biden and Harris “Slow Joe and Phony Kamala.’’

If Biden defeats President Trump in November, Harris is set to become the first Black woman to become vice president in American history. In their first appearance together since the Democratic ticket was made official, both Biden and Harris lambasted the current administration and vowed to lead the nation out of the current health and economic crises, according to The Hill

“It is no surprise because whining is what Donald Trump does best, better than any president in American history,’’ said Biden on Trump’s attacks on Harris.

On the handling of the coronavirus pandemic, Harris said that Trump’s actions plunged America into the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression.

“Trump inherited the longest economic expansion in history from Barack Obama and Joe Biden. Then, like everything else he inherited, he ran it straight into the ground,’’ said Harris.

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