OOPS! Kamala Harris Accidentally Commends America’s Alliance With North Korea (VIDEO)

Another day, another Kamala Harris gaffe.

The vice president accidentally praised the alliance between the U.S. and North Korea during an overseas trip this week.

Sometimes it’s hard to tell who is worse on this front, Harris or Biden.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Kamala’s North Korea blunder latest in long line of awkward gaffes

Vice President Kamala Harris accidentally commended the United States’s strong alliance with the “Republic of North Korea” during a speech at the Demilitarized Zone on the Korean Peninsula, likely meaning to refer to the “Republic of Korea,” better known as South Korea.

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The slip-up came during the vice president’s first visit to the DMZ on Thursday, where Harris vowed that the U.S. would support South Korea against the North Korean government. The gaffe was the latest in a string of blunders from the vice president during her time in office, providing fodder for her Republican critics and operatives.

President Joe Biden is known for his verbal missteps, but Harris has a number of her own, garnering headlines whenever she falls victim to awkward speech delivery or fumbled words.

Here’s the video:

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This administration is something else.

It’s a little scary, isn’t it?


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