Kamala Harris Only Has To Do 1 Thing To Beat Mike Pence In The Debate: Professor

Written by on October 7, 2020

Democratic vice-presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) solely has to repeat one factor to decisively win Wednesday’s debate with Vice President Mike Pence, based on Morgan State College journalism professor Jason Johnson.

Johnson, showing as a political contributor on MSNBC’s “The 11th Hour” with Brian Williams on Tuesday, mentioned all Harris has to do “with each query is say ‘You let your boss get sick, the president of the US is sick due to you ― you’re alleged to be the czar.’”

Pence leads the White Home coronavirus process drive, which has been condemned for its catastrophic mishandling of the pandemic. At the very least 210,000 People have died from COVID-19 and over 7 million have fallen sick.

Trump was launched Monday from Walter Reed Nationwide Army Medical Heart after three days of coronavirus remedy. His sickness adopted months of publicly downplaying the pandemic’s menace, refusing to put on a face masks, holding crowded marketing campaign occasions and advocating reopenings. In non-public, nonetheless, the president acknowledged COVID-19′s “lethal” nature.

Johnson mentioned Trump “didn’t essentially forged the most effective image and mocked individuals for combating coronavirus.”

However “the precise accountability, the bag is within the hand of Mike Pence, so he should reply for these questions, and his incapacity to take action as this virus continues to unfold,” Johnson mentioned. Pence, who backed down from his opposition to Harris’ request for a plexiglass divider between the pair in the course of the debate, would “be on protection the entire evening,” he added.

“This would be the best prosecution Sen. Harris has in all probability had since her second 12 months of legislation faculty,” Johnson predicted.

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