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Kamala Harris: “Up Until Tonight…”

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Even Kamala has had it with Biden.

After Joe Biden’s pathetic, sad debate performance, Kamala Harris was interviewed on CNN.

And, she completely lost it, looking ticked-off with Anderson Cooper as she attempted to downplay just how bad Joe did Thursday night.

“Up until today,” she claimed, Biden has performed well in the Oval Office. We shouldn’t take this 1 1/2 hour long debate as an example of just how much Biden’s mind has declined!

No — apparently, the rest of the time, he’s a functioning, astute man capable of being president.

Anderson Cooper’s not buying it.

This is absolute gold…

Watch the clip for yourself right here:

What a trainwreck.

Business Insider has more to say about Kamala’s reaction to Biden’s debate performance:

Even Vice President Kamala Harris said Joe Biden’s first debate against Donald Trump went poorly for him.

“Yes there was a slow start, but it was a strong finish,” Harris said at the beginning of an interview with CNN anchor Anderson Cooper following the debate.

Pressed later on whether she was concerned, Harris reiterated the point: “It was a slow start, that’s obvious to everyone. I’m not going to debate that point. I’m talking about the choice of November.”

On the whole, Harris sought to downplay the significance of the performance. She pivoted repeatedly toward emphasizing the Biden administration’s record and talking up Trump’s anti-democratic comments and opposition to abortion rights.

“I understand why everyone wants to talk about it,” Harris said of Biden’s performance. “But I think it’s also important to recognize that the choice in November between these two people that were on the debate stage involves extraordinary stakes.”

The Washington Examiner added:

Harris attempted to pivot away from Biden’s performance to focus on attacking Trump when Cooper questioned her. “Listen, people can debate on style points but ultimately this election and who is the president of the United States has to be about substance and the contrast is clear,” Harris said. “Look at what happened during the course of the debate. Donald Trump lied over and over and over again, as he has wont to do.”

After more pushback from Cooper Harris conceded that “it was a slow start that’s obvious to everyone I’m not going to debate that point.”

“I’m talking about the choice in November. I’m talking about one of the most important elections in our collective lifetime,” Harris continued.

Harris also hit Trump over abortion which has become one of her key policy issues as the nation’s first woman vice president, along with his refusal to say he would accept the results of the 2024 election or disavow the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol riot.

Before ending the roughly eight-minute interview, Cooper asked Harris to describe how Biden behaves every day. “The Joe Biden that I work with every day is someone who, as I have said, has performed in a way that has been about bringing people into the Oval Office, Republicans and Democrats, to compromise in a way that is extraordinary these days, because it just doesn’t happen,” said Harris.

The debate can pretty much be summed up by this:


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