Fox News Guest: Kamala Harris Is an ‘Eloquent Speaker’ And an ‘Attack Dog’
A Fox News guest has described Senator Kamala Harris as ‘eloquent‘ in a segment discussing former Vice President Joe Biden’s choice of running mate. The Washington Examiner‘s Emily Larsen spoke to Fox & Friends‘ Ainsley Earhardt on Thursday about Biden’s pick.
“Well, Kamala Harris has been a front runner for the VP nod for months, if not a year even going back to when she was still running her own presidential campaign,” Larsen said.
“And that’s because she is very much an eloquent speaker. She’s known for being a bit of an attack dog which is something Joe Biden can definitely use on the campaign trail and also there is sort of that excitement she would bring sort of be a new face of the Democratic Party.”
“On the other hand, she is considered to be so ambitious by some who are advising Biden and some donors to him that they worry that she would just start campaigning for president again rather than being a really close loyal advisor to him.”
“Those concerns might be a little bit too — a little bit too publicized right now, and that’s why I think we saw the notes on Joe Biden’s written talking points there saying that he doesn’t hold grudges against her. So, she is definitely still a top contender here.”
President Barack Obama was also frequently described as eloquent by fans and critics alike.
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