Vice President Kamala Harris has already received terrible marks for her performance on her first foreign trip.
But in Mexico, she fell to a new low.
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Harris met with Mexican President López Abrador as part of a trip to tackle “root causes” of the illegal immigration crisis on the U.S. Southern border.
But like the rest of her trip, it ended in embarrassment.
And the proof was summed up in one viral video.
The video shows Harris being greeted by Abrador in Mexico.
Everything seemed to go according to standard procedure until Abrador butchered Harris’ name:
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Nomas dijo 4 palabras y la cagó en dos me lleva la chingada. pic.twitter.com/YMM8cOHY3Z
— Chumel Torres (@ChumelTorres) June 8, 2021
Abrador referred to the Vice President as “Presidente Kabala.”
Critics noted that this was strange and embarrassing on many levels.
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First off, Abrador screwed up her name big time by calling her “Kabala.”
Secondly, he called her “presidente” — not vice president, adding weight to recent rumors that insiders in the administration are referring to Harris as the “heiress.”
Not to mention Biden even referred to Harris as the president himself.
But that isn’t the end of it.
The 3rd reason that what Abrador said is so strange, is that he simply said “mucho gusto” — which means “nice to meet you” in Spanish.
Pundits have said that this is a strange departure from the normal formalities that such a high-ranking member of the White House would receive.
In short, Abrador greeted Harris as though she was any old person on the street.
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So the vice president ended up going abroad to find “root causes” of the immigration crisis at the border — but she returned home to the states with bad grades for her performance in Guatemala, and an embarrassing video that proves other world leaders show little to no respect for the U.S.
The Horn editorial team