Like many things President Donald Trump utters, what he says isn’t necessarily wrong, but how he says it might not be the best way to put it.
At a campaign rally in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, on Tuesday, Trump spent much of his speech cracking jokes and sniping at his Democratic opponents in the 2020 presidential election.
What got him in trouble was what he had to say about the prospect of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s running mate, California Sen. Kamala Harris, becoming the first female president.
Without even analyzing what he was saying, his critics jumped on the comment, flinging the usual charges of racism and sexism without ever acknowledging what was true about it.
“If our foreign adversaries were devising a scheme to cripple America, they could hardly do better than the Biden/Kamala Harris,” Trump said about the Democratic ticket.
“Remember Kamala? She started at 15