Kamala Harris Asked to Name Her ‘BIGGEST WIN’ as a Senator | Her Response is Head-Scratching

Scott Morefield | Reporter

California Sen. Kamala Harris appeared on the “Call Your Girlfriend” podcast Friday and was asked to name what she would consider her “biggest win” as a senator.

Unable to point to any legislative accomplishments, the California senator responded with the committees she serves on as part of the process of what she considers getting “at the truth.”



“I’ll tell you, one of the things that I think for me is most important is the role that I serve on the various committees that I’m on, which are oversight committees, like — let’s be clear those committees exist to — to watch and question what is going on with our government, with the United States government,” Harris said. “So I’m on Senate Intelligence. I’m on Homeland Security. I’m on Judiciary.”

“And the accomplishment then for me is a function of what I think my role should be, and often, especially in the last 18 months it has been to try and get at the truth,” she continued. “And so the accomplishment is — and the ‎goal is to always make sure that we are being and the system as being as transparent as possible, and that — you know, frankly that the American public has the answers, and that we’re being told the truth. And when that happens I feel a sense of accomplishment, and when it doesn’t happen I feel a sense of frustration.” (RELATED: Tucker: The Angry Left Is ‘Totally Distorted By Their Rage,’ Inability To ‘Topple’ Trump)


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2 years ago

She’s a lawyer. They train and practice speaking while saying nothing.

William Hicks
William Hicks
2 years ago

Could Kamala appreciate the frustration her constituency has with such an answer to her answer to the question?

It sounds like she’s learned how to not directly answer questions from the previous president.