In a recent interview with Newsmax, Donald Trump Jr. commented on Democrats openly expressing their concerns about Vice President Kamala Harris, stating that she has proven to be a “far greater disaster” than they had anticipated. Trump Jr. referenced Harris’ recent interview on “60 Minutes,” where she was questioned about lack of support from Democrat donors if something happened to President Joe Biden.
“This is the first time they’re saying it out loud,” Trump Jr. remarked. “It’s been an unspoken rule in D.C. She’s incapable of giving an interview without the hyena-cackling laughter at her own jokes, even on topics that aren’t remotely funny. She’s lacking in personality.”
He also criticized the Democratic primary process, highlighting Harris’ low polling numbers during the primaries. According to Trump Jr., Democrats made decisions based on ticking certain boxes rather than selecting candidates with genuine appeal. He expressed skepticism about the long-term success of this approach.
Addressing the possibility of California Governor Gavin Newsom as a 2024 Democratic contender, Trump Jr. expressed his doubts. He questioned the Democrats’ inability to find a candidate who can effectively represent the party on the global stage without stumbling. Trump Jr. also criticized California’s policies, pointing out the state’s mass exodus and suggesting that Americans do not want to adopt California’s values nationwide.