Kamala Harris Speaks Publicly on Trump Guilty Verdict: ‘Cheaters Don’t Like Getting Caught’

by Xara Aziz
YouTube via Jimmy Kimmel Live

During a recent visit on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Tuesday, Vice President Kamala Harris had honest remarks to make about former President Donald Trump, who was found guilty on 34 felony counts in his hush money trial.

When Kimmel asked people she watched the verdict with were happy but pretending not to be when news broke that Trump was convicted, she deflected, and chose to speak about the six-week deliberations and the 12-person jury, adding that “the reality is, cheaters don’t like getting caught.”

rump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, was convicted on all counts for his involvement in a scheme during the 2016 presidential campaign to pay off porn actor Stormy Daniels, who claimed they had an affair. The former president criticized the verdict as politically motivated and blamed it on Biden, portraying himself as a political martyr to his supporters by suggesting that if it could happen to him, it could happen to them as well.

Harris’ remarks came a day after President Joe Biden criticized his predecessor and likely opponent in the upcoming November election for undermining confidence in the judicial process.

Trump remains the presumptive Republican nominee even after the conviction, which came on the heels of a 2016 scheme in which he paid porn actress Stormy Daniels to keep quiet after the two had sex. Following the verdict, the Queens native condemned the conviction, stating that it was a ploy by President Biden, and added that he sought to make himself a political martyr while suggesting that something similar could happen to his supporters.

Harris’ comments came a day after President Joe Biden tore into his predecessor and likely opponent in November’s election for sowing doubt in the judicial process.

“It’s reckless and dangerous and downright irresponsible for anyone to say that it’s rigged just because you don’t like the verdict,” Biden said at a Greenwich, Connecticut, fundraiser on Monday night.

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