One of Fox News’ newest additions is quickly making himself known.
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Former President Donald Trump ally and Director of Economic Council, Larry Kudlow, was caught in a hot mic moment that went viral Wednesday.
Kudlow appeared on America Reports and had been reacting to claims made by Vice President Kamala Harris about the coronavirus vaccine.
“We were leaving it to the states or local leaders to try and figure it out,” Harris said, “and so in many ways we’re starting from scratch on something that’s been raging for almost an entire year.”
“Bull****!” Kudlow said in response to Harris’ claims.
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He can be heard repeating the expletive in the background more than four times.
Larry Kudlow calls “bulls**t” on a hot mic to VP Kamala Harris’ claim that the Biden admin started from scratch on vaccine distribution
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) February 16, 2021
Kudlow is right — the Biden administration did not start from “scratch” when it came to the vaccine rollout. The Trump administration had long-released its vaccine distribution plan — Operation Warp Speed — as far back as September of 2020.
Biden’s plan was touted by the mainstream media as vastly different from the Trump plan, though experts say that the two plans were practically identical.
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And as for Kudlow, who’s show debuted later that Tuesday, he admitted that the bold-faced lie by Harris set him off.
“I may have said a bad word,” he said, addressing the issue. “I’m not usually a guy who swears but what the vice president said burned me up and it’s simply not true, okay? It is somewhere between cognitive dissonance and an outright falsehood lie.”
“I did use cuss words and I apologise and I won’t do that again.”
Kudlow’s program, named after himself, is scheduled to air Tuesdays at 4 p.m. on Fox Business Channel.
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