Mike Pence Puts Kamala Harris On Notice: “I’ll see you in Salt Lake City”

Joe Biden finally named Kamala Harris, the California Senator, to be his running mate for the all-important November elections.

Team Trump wasted no time in going on the attack with a blistering ad called, “Slow Joe and Phony Kamala.” You can see it in the video below. The ad says:

“Kamala Harris ran for president by rushing to the radical left, embracing Bernie’s plan for socialized medicine, calling for trillions in new taxes, attacking Joe Biden for racist policies.”


“They smartly spotted a phony — but not Joe Biden. He’s not that smart,” the ad says before adding that Biden “is handing over the reins to Kamala” if the two win. It ends with: “Slow Joe and Phony Kamala: Perfect together, wrong for America,”

Then it was Mike Pence’s turn. He took a few shots at her background then put her on notice. From The Hill:

Vice President Mike Pence jabbed at Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) after former Vice President Joe Biden tapped her as his running mate.

Pence worked to cast Harris as a part of the “radical left” and said he was looking forward to debating her later this year in the sole head-to-head event they will have.

“As you all know, Joe Biden and the Democratic Party have been overtaken by the radical left. So given their promises of higher taxes, open borders, socialized medicine, and abortion on demand, it’s no surprise that he chose Senator Harris,” Pence told a crowd in Mesa, Ariz.

“You all might like to know that the Vice Presidential debate is on October 7 in Utah! So my message to the Democratic nominee for Vice President: congratulations. I’ll see you in Salt Lake City!”

The challenge from Pence comes after Biden announced Harris as his No. 2 after months of speculation, citing her tenure as a senator and California attorney general. “Her record of accomplishment — fighting tooth and nail for what’s right — is why I’m choosing her. There is no door Kamala won’t knock on, no stone she’ll leave unturned, if it means making life better — for the people,” he said in an email to supporters announcing his highly-anticipated pick.