vice president Kamala Harris I stuttered over her words during a speech in Ghana on Monday, where she delivered yet another authority speech on the world stage.
“There are a number of things on the question of the economy as a whole that we need to do… and a lot of that work is work that I’m here to do on the continent,” Harris said during a joint conference with the Ghanaian president. Nana Akufo-Addo.
Harris, who has been compared to the hapless main character of the HBO show “Veep” by “The Daily Show,” has been in Africa to boost US ties to the region. China has strengthened its influence on the continent as part of President Xi Jinping Belt and Road Initiative.
“As I mentioned, today, this afternoon, we had a wide-ranging discussion,” Harris continued.
“We discussed a number of important topics, including the importance of concepts and priorities like liberty and liberty,” Harris said.
Harris, who is 58, also mused about the lifespan of people in Africa.
“The average age on the African continent is 19. Think of what that means in terms of potential,” she said. “Think about the fact that by 2050, one in four people who occupy a place on Mother Earth will be on this continent, and what that means.”
Harris was also ridiculed last week during a speech she gave Women’s History MonthShe repeated the word “history” several times.
“So, during Women’s History Month, we celebrate and honor history-making women throughout history, who have seen what could be unencumbered by what was,” Harris said.
Her speech delivery was widely mocked online, with one columnist, Ryan Ledenecker, calling the speech “[a]Extreme confusion.”
On another occasion, Harris spoke at length about Venn diagrams.
“I love Venn diagrams,” Harris said during a climate crisis event with Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm in January.
“I do. I love Venn diagrams. So, the three circles – and you can do more! Nobody says a Venn diagram has to only be three circles, right?”
Fox News’ Alexander Hall contributed to this report.