nearvideo Kamala Harris says her DOJ would pursue Trump
Sr., Harris vows to accuse Trump, if he is elected in the year 2020; reaction and analysis on ‘The Five’
Fox News’ host Greg Gutfeld dismissed Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris’ comments tell your DOJ had “no choice” but to pursue, the President of Trump compare to a desperate people who are trying to meet women in a bar.
“This is what the candidates are like now. You’re the desperate guy at the bar who will say anything to get your number. It is only a kind of media spotlight. And you are not trying to appeal to America. Because America doesn’t care,” Gutfeld said on “The Five” on Wednesday.
Sen. Harris, D-Calif., in a newly released NPR interview, said she believes the only reason why former Special Counsel Robert Müller recommend tracking Trump because the judiciary, the policy informed of a sitting President. The senator said that once out of office, Trump would be chargeable and that the DOJ should pursue.
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“I think you would have no choice, and that they should, Yes,” Harris said on the NPR politics Podcast.
“Greg Gutfeld’s Show” host said he doesn’t “believe” Harris, and pointed out that the Democratic presidential candidates are “tricked” into hard-left points of view.
“You will be tempted to think there is no trace for the moderates. Like any go this way and actually, in America, is actually a moderate. You don’t have to be a rabid flame-thrower. I don’t believe you for a second. It is interesting that you do not do this, because you have to take off. And I thought they were said to have decreased,” Gutfeld.
Fox Business’ Kennedy added that she took wish Müller “a page” so that everyone could of the Problem.
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“You don’t know what would have been nice if we, the left in this vast grey area, what is the Müller report gave us. I really wish he would have took a side, and I wish he would have pressed the issue,” said Mr Kennedy. “And if the President had done something so bad that was paid, if it is a civilian, then he should have to do with it.”
Fox News’ Ronn Blitzer contributed to this report.