2020 US presidential election: Trump says he is surprised"by Biden's decision to choose Kamala Harris, she was very mediocre

Steph Deschamps / August 12, 2020

 

US President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he was "surprised" by the Democratic White House candidate's decision to choose black Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate, whose performance he deemed "mediocre ».

 

I was more surprised than anything else because she was so mediocre "during the Democratic primary campaign, which Joe Biden won, Trump said at his daily White House press conference. “She had very poor results in the primaries. And that’s like a survey.

 

The Republican billionaire, who is running for re-election, also noted that during the hearing of controversial Conservative Supreme Court candidate Brett Kavanaugh in 2018, Kamala Harris was "the meanest, the most horrible, the most insolent. of the whole Senate ”.

 

She also "disrespected" Joe Biden, added Mr. Trump, in reference to the first debate of the Democratic primaries, in 2019, where the senator from California had attacked the former vice president with virulence on his past positions concerning the policies of racial desegregation in the 1970s.

 

In contrast, Donald Trump sang the praises of his "rock solid" Vice President Mike Pence "respected by all religious groups »

 

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