It’s becoming a bit of a mystery how Kamala Harris even passed the bar exam, let alone become Vice President of the United States.
Kamala was recently asked about Biden’s remark – which he subsequently denied always do – that Russian President Vladimir Putin should not “remain in power”. Try to endure it all. Clock:
“Both you and the President have been to the region recently,” Reid noted. “And when the President was there, he gave a speech in Warsaw that was well received by many,” she claimed.
“But he also said something that I think was well received by some but kind of surprised others,” Reid continued. “He said that Vladimir Putin should no longer be the leader of Russia. Do you agree?”
Ready? Here was Kamala Harris’ response.
“Listen, I think you make the point quite accurately and well that American policy has been and will continue to be focused on the real issue, which is the needs of the Ukrainian people, which we will continue to provide humanitarian assistance through security aid, but also ensuring that there will be serious consequences for Vladimir Putin and Russian aggression towards Ukraine, which is why our policy from the start has been designed to ensure that there are real costs against Russia in the form of severe sanctions, which we know will have a real impact and will have an immediate impact, not to mention the longer term impact, which is to say there will be consequences and accountability if you commit the type of atrocities he is committing.” , she blurted out.
“And I think the President has been an extraordinary leader for you,” added Kamala Harris.
“Joy, I was in Poland. I was in Romania. I’ve probably been to Europe at least three times in the last four months,” she boasted. “I was in Munich, Germany, speaking at the Munich Security Conference. I have been to France before and spoken to heads of state on this subject among many others, but only recently on this subject. And I’ll tell you, when they sit down with prime ministers and presidents, the first thing they often tell me is, “Thank you to the United States and this administration for bringing us together, building the coalition, and reviving the relationship between the United States.” and their NATO allies”, revitalize, revitalize the relationship and the importance of the relationship with the EU on an issue like Ukraine, which is ultimately about one of the most important principles that we, we, we fight for, that is the importance of sovereignty and territorial integrity,’” she asserted.
According to Kamala Harris, that’s what foreign leaders “often” say to her when she’s on overseas trips abroad. Quite a bite and certainly nothing that would be written by the White House press office.
Earlier, Harris gave a painfully simplistic summary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
“So Ukraine is a country in Europe,” she said. “It exists alongside another country called Russia. Russia is a bigger country. Russia is a powerful country. Russia decided to invade a smaller country called Ukraine. So this is fundamentally wrong and goes against everything we stand for.”
Well said Kamala. Should Biden suddenly resign or be removed from power, the American people are in good hands.
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