Washington – US President Donald Trump on Thursday called Kamala Harris, who is making US history as the first Black woman vice presidential candidate, a “monster”.
Trump, far behind in the contest for the White House on November 3 and doing especially badly in polling of women voters, used the word twice, calling the Democrat “this monster”.
In an interview with Fox Business News, Trump said Vice President Mike Pence “destroyed” Harris in their debate Wednesday in Utah.
“Everything she says is a lie,” said Trump.
Harris spent most of her debate attacking Trump for presiding over what she said was “the greatest failure of any presidential administration in the history of our country” over Covid-19.
In his interview, Trump once again branded Biden, who is leading handily in almost every significant opinion poll around the country, “not mentally capable”.
“Everybody knows that,” claimed Trump, predicting “Biden won’t be president for two months.”
Trump has slurred Biden as senile and previously called Harris “nasty”, also revived one of his darkest claims as a politician – that illegal Latin American immigrant equate to serious criminals.
Democrats “want to have thousands of people that are murderers, rapists, just pour into our country. They could be very sick people,” said Trump.