Kamala Harris: ‘Apparently, Some People Love to Talk about the Way I Laugh’

Democrat Vice President Kamala Harris has revealed that her handlers told her that “some people love to talk about the way I laugh.”

However, the VP’s handlers apparently let her believe that it’s because “people still gotta get used to” Harris being ” the first woman” vice president.

According to comments made by Harris in a new interview on Drew Barrymore’s talk show, the VP is being shielded from the widespread mockery regarding her public appearances and misplaced cackles.

On Barrymore’s talk show, Harris spoke about the importance of never letting “anybody take your power.”

Harris continued by rambling about being intentional in understanding “what is in your power.”

She then turned to comments about her laugh.

Harris has made headlines for laughing in response to questions about the border crisis and about the importance of female leadership.

She frequently laughs at inappropriate moments, often prompting anger or mockery.

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Apparently, however, Harris’s handlers kept the responses to her cackles mostly hidden from her.

“You were asking me earlier about what it means to be like the first woman,” Harris said.

“And you know, it’s funny because people still gotta get used to this, right?”

“I mean, my staff, for example, sometimes they’ll show me little things that just amuse me.

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“Like, apparently, some people love to talk about the way I laugh,” Harris said.

Barrymore told Harris she loved the vice president’s laugh.

“I have my mother’s laugh and I grew up around a bunch of women in particular who laughed from the belly,” Harris said.

“They laughed — they would sit around the kitchen and drinking their coffee, telling big stories with big laughs.”

Harris said she would never be the person to tone it down after imitating a high-pitched chuckle.

“I’m just not that person, and I think it’s really important for us to remind each other and our younger ones: don’t be confined to other people’s perception about what this looks like, how you should act in order to be,” she said.

“Right? It’s really important.”

“I love your laugh,” Barrymore said.

“And I love that message.”

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Harris also recently joined the “I’ve Had It” podcast hosts Jennifer Welch and Angie “Pumps” Sullivan.

The hosts asked the vice president if she’s “had it” with President Donald Trump.

Harris replied, “Totally had it.”

“Had it over and over and over again,” she continued, adding while shaking her head.

“There’s so much at stake in this election.”

Harris also suggested Trump is not a leader because of his aggressive rhetoric.

“It’s not a sign of weakness to have empathy,” she said.

“That’s the kind of character trait of real leaders, to have some level of care and concern for the suffering of other people.”

Harris also agreed with Sullivan’s assessment that the 2024 election could be the last democratic election the U.S. has.

READ MORE – Kamala Harris: We Must ‘Reduce Population’ to Fight ‘Climate Change’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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