Trump calls Kamala Harris ‘a super liberal wack job’ and claims Joe Biden will 'resign, or whatever'

President claims Joe Biden ‘will resign, or whatever, and we are stuck with a super liberal wack job that NOBODY wanted!’

Trump calls Kamala Harris a ‘mad woman’
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Donald Trump has sharpened his criticism of Kamala Harris, calling the California senator and vice-presidential nominee a “super liberal wack job” while suggesting Joe Biden would not complete a full term if elected.

The president claimed in a Monday morning tweet that Mr Biden’s alleged “handlers” and “the Fake News Media” were doing “everything possible to get him through the Election [sic],” adding: “Then he will resign, or whatever, and we are stuck with a super liberal wack job that NOBODY wanted!”

Mr Trump has continued to rail against the Democratic presidential nominee and his running mate, painting the two as figureheads of the far left — despite much of the Democratic Party viewing Mr Biden and Ms Harris as centrist picks to lead the ticket.

His latest name-calling comments come as Mr Trump attempts to portray himself as the “law and order” candidate, a message that has reportedly fallen flat on the suburban voters the president has been trying to recruit along the 2020 campaign trail. 

Mr Trump was on a Twitter spree to kick off the week, lambasting his predecessor’s administration and retweeting videos of his supporters packed into overflow crowds near a rally the president attended this weekend. 

He also retweeted his son, Donald Trump Jr, who attacked former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s “crooked henchmen” in a post. 

Mr Trump also tweeted out his support for a presidential debate unlike any other in history, pitched by stand up comic and self-proclaimed “psychedelic adventurer” Joe Rogan. 

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