Kayleigh McEnany: “Kamala is a mess, her team is trying to fix it, but how can you have this many blunders”

Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany dropped the hammer on Vice President Kamala Harris after media reports surfaced that her team is trying to do damage control after a series of missteps.

McEnany knows how the media game is played in Washington and she knows Harris’ team has an almost impossible task to rehabilitate Kamala’s image. 

McEnany said: “Kamala is a mess! Her team is trying to fix it, but how can you have this many blunders!?”

The latest Harris blunder happened when a student at an event with the VP said Israel was waging an “ethnic genocide” in Palestine. 

Harris shocked the world and certainly Biden’s people when she responded: “Your voice, your perspective, your experience, your truth cannot be suppressed, and it must be heard.”

Kayleigh responded to a report in Politico that said:

Vice President Kamala Harris’ office is working behind the scenes to mend relationships with pro-Israel Democrats after not pushing back on a student who, in asking her a question, accused Israel of “ethnic genocide.”

On Thursday, Harris’ senior staff contacted the influential Democratic Majority for Israel to clean up remarks she made Wednesday at George Mason University where Harris was visiting a classroom of students.

“We were pleased Vice President Harris’s senior staff reached out to us today to confirm what we already knew: Her ‘commitment to Israel’s security is unwavering,’” said Mark Mellman, the president of the group.

A senior adviser to Harris also reached out to Rep. Ted Deutch (D-Fl.) the co-chair of the Bipartisan Anti‐Semitism Taskforce, a source familiar with the outreach told POLITICO.

Deutch and his office did not respond to a request for comment.

But the source said it was “fair to say that the group of House Democrats that super care about this noticed it and talked about it.”

Harris’ office also called Jonathan Greenblatt, the CEO of the Anti-Defamation League, Thursday afternoon, the source said.