Kamala Harris Fumbles at Her Speech in Ghana
- Posted on March 28, 2023
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On the international platform, Vice President Kamala Harris delivered yet another long-winded address on Monday while speaking in Ghana. "There are a number of steps we need to take regarding the status of the economy as a whole, and a significant element of that work is what I am here on the continent to do,” said Kamala Harris. At a press conference with Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo.
Harris, who has been compared to the bumbling lead character of the HBO sitcom “Veep,” was in Africa to improve ties between the United States and the continent. Through the Belt and Road Initiative of President Xi Jinping, China has extended its influence on the continent.
We had a wide-ranging discussion this afternoon, as you said, Harris continued. Harris repeated herself, “We have explored a lot of key themes, including the relevance of concepts and priorities like freedom and liberty.
58-year-old Harris also thought about how old people in Africa were. “Africans are 19 years old on average. Consider the potential impact that has", said Kamala Harris. Consider what it means that by 2050, this continent will be home to one in four of all people on Earth.
Moreover, Harris attracted attention this week for using the term “history” numerous times in a speech she gave during Women’s History Month. Hence, Harris explained, “during Women’s History Month, we commemorate and we respect the women who made history throughout history, who recognized what could be without being constrained by what had been."
Online trolls made fun of her performance, with one columnist, Ryan Ledendecker, labeling her “absolute cringe.” Harris went into great detail on Venn diagrams on another occasion. During a climate crisis event in January with Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm, Harris remarked, “I adore Venn diagrams.
“I do, I enjoy using Venn diagrams. The three circles are, therefore, but you can do more! Nobody mandates that a Venn diagram only have three circles, am I correct?”
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