Trump blasts ‘badly failing presidential candidate’ Kamala Harris over boycott of forum

By | October 26, 2019

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President Trump took a rare swipe at 2020 Democratic hopeful Kamala Harris on Saturday, criticizing the California senator for boycotting a South Carolina criminal justice forum in speak of the team giving an award to him.

“Badly failing presidential candidate @KamalaHarris will now not glide to a extremely wonderful largely African American match at the unusual time since the day gone by I acquired a most well-known award, at the identical match, for being ready to construct & worth into law most well-known Felony Justice Reform guidelines, which is sharp to vastly aid the African American neighborhood (and all diverse communities), and which changed into unable to salvage performed in previous administrations no topic a tremendous want for it,” Trump tweeted Saturday morning.

He added: “This and most involving unemployment numbers EVER is extra than Kamala will EVER be ready to attain for African People!”

The president’s tweets came after he acquired the Bipartisan Justice Award from the 20/20 Bipartisan Justice Center for his efforts to pass the First Step Act, which grants early liberate to thousands of nonviolent offenders who are currently serving time in federal prisons.


After Trump acquired the award Friday, Harris announced she would skip Saturday’s 2019 2nd Step Presidential Justice Forum at Benedict College in Columbia.

“As potentially the most involving candidate who attended an HBCU, I do know the importance that these areas preserve for young Dusky People,” Harris said in an announcement Friday.  “At the unusual time, when it grew to become particular Donald Trump would salvage an award after a protracted time of celebrating mass incarceration, pushing the demise penalty for harmless Dusky People, rolling attend police accountability measures and racist behavior that puts folks’s lives at possibility, after which learned all but ten Benedict college students are excluded from participating, I cannot in apt religion be complicit in papering over his file.”

President Donald Trump is awarded the Bipartisan Justice Award by Matthew Charles, right, one of the first prisoners released by the First Step Act, during the

President Donald Trump is awarded the Bipartisan Justice Award by Matthew Charles, factual, one in all the principle prisoners launched by the First Step Act, at some level of the “2019 2nd Step Presidential Justice Forum” at Benedict College, Friday, Oct. 25, 2019, in Columbia, S.C.


Harris said she would as a exchange “host college students from all campuses, as well to the broader Columbia neighborhood to advance attend and talk about this serious project that I’ve worked on for my total career.”

Harris changed into among 10 Democratic presidential hopefuls expected to attend the forum.

“Donald Trump is a lawless President,” Harris continued.  “No longer most involving does he circumvent the guidelines of our nation and the foundations of our Structure, but there might be nothing in his career that is set justice, for justice, or in birthday party of justice.”

Harris, even supposing, supported the First Step guidelines, which acquired bipartisan toughen.

The senator has advance underneath fire for her admire file on criminal justice reform. Her campaign has consistently touted the revolutionary aspects of her career as district attorney and later attorney commonplace of California, which consist of introducing a proposal for nationwide bail reform, as well to legalizing marijuana, which is a fragment of her total criminal justice reform agenda if she is elected president in 2020.

As of mid-week, polls confirmed Harris in the attend of extinct Vice President Joe Biden, the tip contender for the 2020 Democratic nomination, by with regards to 22 aspects, drawing most involving 5.3 percent toughen, per RealClear Politics.


A fresh Fox News ballot also confirmed Harris with 5 percent toughen in the bustle.

Fox News’ Vandana Rambaran contributed to this file.