Trump on Kamala: 'Did You See Her Last Night on Television With the Laugh? Ha-Ha-Ha'

Joe Biden’s running mate, the woman who conceivably could become president, laughs often, but not alwways when something is funny. (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY/AFP via Getty Images)

(CNSNews.com) – At a rally in Allentown, Pa. on Monday, President Trump mentioned Sen. Kamala Harris’s tendency to laugh when no one else does, at things that aren’t really funny:

“Biden’s running mate, Kamala Harris, oh. Did you see her last night on television with the laugh? Hahaha, she was laughing at a horrible question about her. She just laughed. She found it so funny. Most liberal senator,” Trump said.

“She is the most liberal senator by far,” Trump continued. “She’s more liberal than crazy Bernie. Even sponsored the $100 trillion Green New Deal. The Green New Deal. I don’t think so. The Green New Deal would be an economic disaster for our nation. Certainly for this state.”

Later, Trump returned to Harris’s laughter: “Is there something wrong with her, too?” he asked.

Harris did cackle at several points in a “60 Minutes” interview with CBS’s Norah O’Donnell that aired last night:

“You’re considered the most liberal United States senator,” O’Donnell told Harris:

“I– somebody said that, and it actually was Mike Pence on the debate stage, but– (She laughs)

O’Donnell didn’t even smile: “Yeah. Well, actually, the nonpartisan GovTrack has rated you as the most liberal senator. You supported the Green New Deal, you supported Medicare for All. You’ve supported legalizing marijuana. Joe Biden doesn’t support those things. So are you going to bring the policies, those progressive policies that you supported as senator, into a Biden administration?”

Harris responded, “What I will do, and I promise you this, and this is what Joe wants me to do, this was part of our deal, I will always share with him my lived experience as it relates to any issue that we confront. And I promised Joe that I will give him that perspective and always be honest with him.”

“And is that a socialist or progressive perspective?” O’Donnell asked Harris.

Harris laughed again: “No. No. It is the perspective of– of a woman who grew up– a black child in America, who was also a prosecutor, who also has a mother who arrived here at the age of 19 from India. Who also, you know — likes hip hop. (She laughs again.) Like, what do you wanna know? (Harris laughed but O’Donnell didn’t.)