Klobuchar Criticizes Trump for ‘Nasty’ Remarks About Kamala Harris

Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) is not pleased with President Donald Trump’s immediate criticism of Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris.

During an appearance on Fox News’ “Special Report with Bret Baier,” Klobuchar explained “what leaders do,” as she criticized the president’s public bashing of Harris.

“For the president to go before the country like he just did and not just say, ‘I congratulate her, we welcome her to the race,’ that’s what leaders do,” Klobuchar said on Tuesday.

She continued, “Instead, what did he do? He called her angry, he called her nasty, he went back to those same criticisms those words we have heard him use against women throughout this presidency. And I just think that’s crap. I think that is not a nice way to treat someone when they enter the race.”

See Klobuchar’s remarks below:

Klobuchar’s remarks came just hours after Trump lambasted Harris during a press conference. When asked about Biden’s vice-presidential pick, Trump immediately condemned his decision.

“I was a little surprised that he picked her,” Trump said during the press White House press conference on Tuesday, adding that “she did very poorly in the primaries.”

Trump continued, “She was extraordinarily nasty to Kavanaugh, Judge Kavanaugh then now Justice Kavanaugh. She was nasty to a level that was just a horrible thing, the way she treated now-Justice Kavanaugh. And I won’t forget that.”

See Trump’s remarks below:

Despite Trump’s latest criticism of Harris, previous campaign donation records indicate he has been a longtime supporter of the California senator.

According to reports, Trump donated to Harris in 2011 and 2013 as she campaigned for California attorney general. His daughter Ivanka Trump also donated to Harris in 2014.

The presidential election is set for November 3, 2020.

Responses

  1. Unlike facts, opinions are not “true.” Opinions may be well-informed, badly informed, enlightened, vile, or based on facts, but they’re never true. Yours is not true just because it’s yours.

  2. Trump is name calling again, which means only that it is a day of the week that ends in “y.”
    In order to land a punch with name calling, the intended victim needs to at least have a modicum of respect for the name caller. Trump has never been respectable, not personally or professionally. Nor has he demonstrated ANY respect for the office that he holds. If Trump does not respect the office of the president of the United States, we can not use that to muster a bit of respect for him either. He is Trump being Trump. Most Americans are bored with the routine.

  3. Who cares. Nasty is the lesser offensive things she’s going to be called. Women are not going to be respected in politics if their feathers get ruffled over name calling.

    There are a lot effective ways to hit back on that route of insults, but playing the sexist card is not one of them.

  4. Politics’ is a contact sport, woman ask for equal rights and be treated the same as a man, but when you say criticism’s about them they claim that you are bias or demeaning woman. Get over it you put yourself in this arena. There was nothing that was not true in what he said.

  5. “He called her angry, he called her nasty, he went back to those same criticisms those words we have heard him use against women throughout this presidency.” Klobuchar

    The weak Dear Leader keeps on exhibiting signs of being an incel.

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