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World Kamala Harris, questioned on border crisis, snaps at TV interviewer: 'I'm not finished'

13:01  11 june  2021
13:01  11 june  2021 Source:   foxnews.com

Harris, in Guatemala, tells potential migrants they will be turned back: 'Do not come'

  Harris, in Guatemala, tells potential migrants they will be turned back: 'Do not come' Vice President Kamala Harris, as part of her visit to Guatemala, on Monday told potential migrants that they should not travel to the U.S. Mexico border -- claiming that they would be turned back if they did. "I want to emphasize that the goal of our work is to help Guatemalans find hope at home, at the same time I want to be clear to folks in this region who are thinking about making the dangerous trek to the United States-Mexico border -- do not come, do not come," she said.

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Kamala Harris, questioned on border crisis, snaps at TV interviewer: 'I'm not finished'

Vice President Kamala Harris had a tense exchange with Univision anchor Ilia Calderón on Thursday over when she will visit the southern border.

During the interview, Calderón pressed Harris, who was assigned by President Biden to handle the border crisis, on how she herself has yet to make it down to the US-Mexico border to see the migrant crisis in person.

"I've said I'm going to the border," Harris told the anchor. "And I-"

"When are you going to the border, Vice President?" Calderón asked during the remote conversation.

Kamala Harris' Migrant Crisis Diplomacy Is Off to a Rocky Start

  Kamala Harris' Migrant Crisis Diplomacy Is Off to a Rocky Start "I want to be clear to folks in this region who are thinking about making that dangerous trek to the United States-Mexico border," Harris said in her speech Monday. "Do not come. Do not come."The trouble began on Sunday when CBS aired an interview with the Guatemalan President who blamed the Biden administration for sparking the border crisis with a confusing message on immigration.

"I'm not finished," Harris interjected, along with a brief chuckle. "I've said I'm going to the border. And also, if we are going to deal with the problems at the border, we have to deal with the problems that cause people to go to the border, to flee to the border. So my first trip as vice president of the United States was to go -- in terms of a foreign trip -- to Guatemala, to be on the ground there to address and to be informed of the root causes why are the people of Guatemala leaving."

"Do you have a date for your trip to the border?" Calderón followed.

"I will keep you posted," Harris replied. CLICK HERE FOR MORE ON OUR TOP STORY.

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White House says Harris 'may go to the border' 'at some point'

  White House says Harris 'may go to the border' 'at some point' Vice President Kamala Harris “may go to the border” “at some point,” the White House said Tuesday, as the vice president faces criticism for not yet visiting the southern border after being tappen by President Biden to handle the “root causes” of migration.Harris, during an interview with NBC on Tuesday morning, said "we've been to the border," despite not having visited the border herself.

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Trump Justice Department seized records of Schiff, other House Democrats as it searched for leakers: report

The Department of Justice under former President Donald Trump subpoenaed data from Apple belonging to a pair of House Democrats – and a least a dozen people with ties to them – as it looked into leaks of classified information, The New York Times reported Thursday.

The records pulled included those of Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., who was the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee at the time, the Times reported, citing committee officials and two other people briefed on the inquiry.

At least one other Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee and at least 12 individuals with ties to the committee had their records pulled in 2017 and 2018, sources told the outlet.

Tucker Carlson: Mainstream media thinks Kamala Harris is a god, Latin America disagrees

  Tucker Carlson: Mainstream media thinks Kamala Harris is a god, Latin America disagrees Tucker Carlson discussed the reception Kamala Harris received in her visit to Latin America.Now, if you were following the race at that moment, you chuckled.

On Thursday night, U.S. Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., told CNN that his data had been seized as part of the probe.

While the records did not link any members of the committee to the leaks, three sources told the Times that then-Attorney General William Barr directed that the Schiff-related investigations continue.

The Justice Department was also said to have obtained a gag order preventing Apple from alerting lawmakers. Those orders recently expired.

The investigations were an attempt to identify individuals who leaked classified national security information during Trump’s administration. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.

Mexican fangirl 'misrepresented herself to Univision and VP's staff'

  Mexican fangirl 'misrepresented herself to Univision and VP's staff' Maria Fernanda Reyes (right) was called on by Kamala Harris' press secretary to ask a question at a Mexico City press conference on Tuesday. A White House official said sheMaria Fernanda Reyes was mocked on social media when she fawningly told Harris: 'I voted for you,' before asking a question.


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Eighth-grade girl blasts Virginia school board for policy that would allow 'boys into girls' locker rooms'

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  Kamala Harris, Yet to Visit Border, Meeting TX Dems Who Blocked Voting Bill Symone Sanders, senior advisor and chief spokesperson to Vice President Kamala Harris, said Harris would meet with Texas Democrats "who in May blocked passage of legislation that would have made it significantly harder for the people of Texas to vote."The vice president's chief spokesperson, Symone Sanders, announced that Harris' meeting with Democratic members of the state's legislature "who in May blocked passage of legislation that would have made it significantly harder for the people of Texas to vote" is set to take place at the White House on June 16.

A 14-year-old in Virginia is speaking out about what she says is a sexist move by Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) to allow "boys into girls' locker rooms."

The policy followed a previous one, 1040, that committed the county to providing an equitable, safe and inclusive working environment regardless of "sexual orientation, gender identity" and other individual characteristics. The more recent proposed policy – 8350 – states in a draft that "students should be allowed to use the facility that corresponds to their gender identity."

At Tuesday's school board meeting, Jolene Grover, who was wearing a shirt that read "Woman is female" argued: "Two years ago, I was told policy 1040 was just an umbrella philosophy and you weren't going to allow boys into the girls' locker rooms. But here you are doing just that."

Grover is an eighth grader whose mom pulled her out of an LCPS school last year after seeing various controversial policies emerging. She is currently homeschooled.

"Everyone knows what a boy is – even you," she added, looking up at the board members. "Your proposed policies are dangerous and rooted in sexism. When woke kids ask me if I was a lesbian or a trans boy because I cut my hair short, it should tell you these modern identities are superficial." CLICK HERE FOR MORE.

860 Community Development Institutions Getting $1.25B to Boost Post-COVID Recovery

  860 Community Development Institutions Getting $1.25B to Boost Post-COVID Recovery "Traditional banks have not always seen or understood the vision of women, small business owners, small business owners of color, small business owners who serve low-income communities," Vice President Kamala Harris said.CFDIs help small businesses get loans that the would otherwise be turned down for from major banks, a problem that hits minority business owners in particular.

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- Virginia mom who survived Maoist China eviscerates school board's critical race theory push

- Teacher confronts Loudoun County school board's apparent progressive agenda in fiery speech: 'This isn't over'

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SOME PARTING WORDS

U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., fell short when she tried to clarify and apologize for her "unthinkable atrocities" remarks about Israel, Fox News contributor Joey Jones said Thursday night on "Fox News @ Night" with Shannon Bream.

Bream asked Jones if Omar's statement, that she was "in no way equating terrorist organizations with democratic countries with well-established judicial systems," was an acceptable clarification.

"No, it’s not," Jones replied, "and I don’t expect one. I don’t expect her to come out and say she loves this country and the people that fight for it.

"I’m not saying she doesn’t love this country," Jones continued, "I'm just saying she doesn’t care to say things about people, like myself, who have gone and fought these people."

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860 Community Development Institutions Getting $1.25B to Boost Post-COVID Recovery .
"Traditional banks have not always seen or understood the vision of women, small business owners, small business owners of color, small business owners who serve low-income communities," Vice President Kamala Harris said.CFDIs help small businesses get loans that the would otherwise be turned down for from major banks, a problem that hits minority business owners in particular.

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