Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), a 2020 Democratic primary contender, loves going on national television and slamming President Donald Trump and his allies.
She has for months insisted that Trump should be removed from office and that his top aides — including his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani — flagrantly broke the law.
However, while Harris was appearing on CNN recently, she stuttered and couldn’t answer when asked which laws Giuliani broke.
On “Anderson Cooper 360,” host Anderson Cooper first asked Harris for her take on reports that Giuliani attempted to get a visa for a former Ukrainian prosecutor — the same one at the center of apparent conflicts of interest surrounding former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden.
Harris said the report was simply “further evidence of corruption by this administration, and the personal attorney of the president of the United States clearly implicitly being given permission to act as though he is an arm of the government and the State Department.”
She continued, “And it’s a violation of an extraordinary number of rules and ethical laws about what — who should do what. And I’m just glad to see that the process is beginning to really do the investigation into Rudy Giuliani. He has clearly broken many laws.”
Cooper interrupted Harris — and asked her which laws Giuliani broke.
Harris stuttered, “Well I, I — I don’t know. We’re going to find out.”
After admitting she had no idea which laws (if any) Giuliani broke, Harris attempted to rebound by telling Cooper, “I think there are a number of questions to be asked. And once the facts are transparent and have been available for Congress at the very beginning to see, I think we’ll know the laws that have been broken.”
Harris is currently polling in fifth place in the Democratic primaries.
In order to get more attention, she has consistently voiced support for having Trump thrown out of the White House — despite offering no evidence that there has been any wrongdoing.
Meanwhile, according to a Fox News report of six days ago, Giuliani had made it clear he will not testify before House committees regarding his role in Ukraine.
Giuliani’s attorney at the time, Jon Sale, said in a statement, “The subpoena is over-broad, unduly burdensome and seeks documents beyond the scope of legitimate inquiry. Moreover, documents sought in the subpoena are protected by attorney-client, attorney work-product, and executive privileges.”
This piece originally appeared in the Objectivist and is used by permission.
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