Kellyanne Conway Breaks Silence: Kamala Harris Is “a Lousy Vice President”

Kellyanne Conway, a former senior to President Donald Trump, broke her silence on a recent Biden administration controversy to declare that Kamala Harris is “a lousy vice president.”

The issue was a recent trip Harris made to Paris, France where she ended up spending a lot of money on some high-end cookware.

Harris reportedly spent around $375 on a pot. Conway said, “I don’t care that @KamalaHarris bought a pot. I care that she’s a lousy Vice President.”

According to the Free Beacon, “An American visiting Paris at the same time as Harris said he visited the store as well and was shocked when a store clerk told him what Harris bought, given the economic challenges back home.

“I was surprised that our vice president was out purchasing boutique pans in Paris. She proclaimed at a press conference just a day earlier that her focus was on the American worker.”

From Fox News:

Harris took home a serving dish costing around $375, a frying pan around $160, as well as a multitude of other kitchenware items, including a porcelain egg dish and a copper cleaner, according to the store, which disclosed the amount of the purchase to the Washington Free Beacon.

By comparison, a Mauviel copper saucepan carried by luxury brand Williams Sonoma — based in Harris’ home state of California – is priced between $200 and $285.

After her stop into E. Dehillerin, Harris was asked by reporters about how her trip to France has prepared her for the presidency. The vice president, who looked at the reporter with an expression of surprise, did not directly answer the question but instead touted the success of her diplomatic mission. 

“I will tell you it was a very productive and a good trip,” she said, adding that the U.S. has “a lot of follow up to do.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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