Just a few days before interviewing his Senator Kamala Harris (d-CA), she might become a color or a woman, the first woman in the cycle. For this issue of the United States, she was elected as the vice president. Rev Noah asked her a simple question about her name, which elicited a thoughtful response.
“your name” Daily show The host started to smile. “Why is it that the more conservative a person is, the harder it sounds to pronounce your name? Because I have noticed that some of the people you work with in the Senate seem to know your name.
Noah noticed that “any immigrant” or “immigrant̵
As she often does in interviews, Harris smiled enthusiastically during the questioning process, but then she became more serious than usual when she started answering.
The senator replied: “Well, this is an interesting question.” “Because when I see someone who has experienced getting a name from a family, this is one of the greatest gifts a family can give you. This is The first gift when a child enters the earth, he gets it from his family.”
She continued: “This is usually caused by tradition and love and the family’s hopes and ambitions for that child.” “This is precious and sacred. It is part of their identity. When I see people defending this I would like to express my appreciation and praise when fighting for rights while being treated with dignity and respect.”
Harris then turned to people on the other side of the fight. Noah hinted to include her Senate colleagues, such as Georgia Republican David Perdue, who she mocked at a Trump rally earlier this month. Her name has been widely criticized. Similarly, Tucker Carlson spent several months deliberately tampering with “Kamala” on Fox News.
To those men and others who are willing to “play naive games.” She said the idea, “The highest elected leaders should treat themselves as their children on the playground.” The ultimate “difficult to say” responsibility, The role they play.”
Harris concluded: “I think it reflects their values and maturity.”
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