Ann Coulter slams Joe Biden for 'dumping' border crisis on Kamala Harris, Internet says 'she's the next Prez'

Coulter took to Twitter on Wednesday and wrote, 'I love that Biden just dumped the border crisis on Kamala. It's great news for Buttigieg, Klobuchar and Sanders'


                            Ann Coulter slams Joe Biden for 'dumping' border crisis on Kamala Harris, Internet says 'she's the next Prez'
Ann Coulter slammed Joe Biden after he appointed Kamala Harris the point-person on the border crisis (Getty Images)

Republican pundit Ann Coulter lashed out against President Joe Biden after he announced on Wednesday, 24, that Vice President Kamala Harris will be the White House's point person on immigration issues at the nation's southern border. 

"I can think of nobody who is better qualified to do this,” the president told reporters at the White House while appointing Harris in charge of stemming the rising tide of migrants, many of them unaccompanied children, arriving in the US. However, soon he started receiving heavy backlash over his decision, espcially from conservatives. One such person who criticized the president was Coulter. She took to Twitter on Wednesday and wrote, "I love that Biden just dumped the border crisis on Kamala. It's great news for Buttigieg, Klobuchar and Sanders."

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Soon enough, Coulter's supporters chimed in also criticizing the POTUS. "He’s sleepy," one of them said while another noted, "'He' didn't do a thing." A third quipped, "He wants OUT!" One more remarked, "That is soon Prez Kamala." Another commented, "She will be the next president so that’s a great thing." The next wrote, "Looks like she will be going to the boarder after all."

One more said, "Jeez, VP Harris will just giggle her way through it! Where is Hillary when we need her?" A commenter tweeted, "Kamala is used to being a dumpster." Another posted, "He’s going to be dumping a lot more on Kamala when the dementia gets worse." A person reacted with, "Biden? As if Biden makes any decisions other than whether it's rice pudding or ice cream for dessert after his 4:00PM dinner before being tucked in for the night." One more said, "Why not ? We all know she's really running things...question is who's running her?"



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

 

 



 

Kamala Harris seen laughing off the border crisis

Harris was slammed by Twitter after she was seen cracking up on Monday, March 22, after being asked if she plans to visit the southern border amid the ongoing immigration crisis. The video in question was uploaded by Steve Guest, who is the special advisor for communications for Senator Ted Cruz. "Apparently, the border crisis is now a laughing matter for the Biden administration. WATCH: VP Kamala Harris laughs when asked if she has any plans to visit the border," he wrote in the tweet caption for the clip.



 

In the video, Harris is asked by a reporter on the tarmac, after she had descends from Air Force Two at Jacksonville, Florida, “Do you plan to visit the border?” To this, Harris answers, “Um, not today." Then she broke into a chuckle before adding, “But, um, I have before and I’m sure I will again.” After the video went viral, it drew a number of negative reactions from people who agreed that Harris should not be laughing when asked about such a serious issue.

Harris sings a different tune after being tasked with handing border crisis

However the same day she was appointed by Biden to head the border crisis, Harris was seen treating the subject withs some urgency. Speaking to 'CBS This Morning' on Wednesday, Harris revealed that she and Biden will at "some point" visit the southern border. 

"At some point, absolutely we will go down to the border and I've been down to the border and our secretary of the Homeland Security Alex Mayorkas has been down there twice. Senior administration officials have been down there and yes, we will go," she said. "But the reality also is that in addition to the border, we also need to deal with the root causes. We need to deal with what's happening in the Northern Triangle and address it in a way that is about not only diplomacy but bringing our allies together. Dealing with what we need to do around aid in a way that is about developing those countries so that we also deal with the cause of why people are coming into our country."

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