Vice President Kamala Harris delivered what can only be described as a ‘word salad’ to Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos on Tuesday.
President Ferdinand Marcos arrived at the White House to meet with Joe Biden in the Oval Office earlier this week.
Harris and her husband, Doug Emhoff, welcomed the Philippine president during his 4-day trip to the US.
Harris was none other than her typical awkward self during the meeting and delivered a cringe-worthy word salad to Ferdinand Marcos.
“We have been able to continue to do the work that we have that is a priority around our mutual prosperity and security…we discussed the importance of a clean energy economy,” Harris began.
“You and I share our passion…as it relates to what we must do in terms of continuing to work together,” Harris said, talking down to the Philippine president.
To think Harris could be the next president is truly terrifying.
According to reports, a group of protesters gathered near the residence chanting, “The Philippines is not for sale.”
As Newsweek reported, Harris’ meeting was met with criticism from some anti-Marcos advocates. A small group of protesters rallied outside her residence to voice disdain for U.S. military aid sent to the Philippines, chanting, “The Philippines is not for sale.”
“We are here to let Vice President Kamala Harris know…the Filipino people do not want the Philippines to be up for sale,” one protester shouted.
Another protester could be heard saying, “We want no more military aid to the Philippines. We want to end all human rights abuses and to defend Filipino sovereignty.”