Kamala Harris Whiffs So Badly on Stephen Colbert’s Softball Question That He Can’t Let It Go

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Pete Buttigieg and Gavin Newsom are probably still laughing.

When Vice President Kamala Harris made an appearance Wednesday on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” she had every chance in front of liberals in the studio and at home to make her case for why she can succeed President Joe Biden in the nation’s top job.

But in an interview with the most sycophantic liberal in late-night comedy, she struck out badly — and on the softest of softball questions.

As conservative commentator Tom Elliott put it in a Twitter post: “Colbert stumps @VP Harris on what her job is.”

And that’s exactly what happened. Check it out here.

After some ice-breaking chit-chat, mainly about the comedy series “Veep,” the CBS late-night host noted that there’s no description of the role of the vice president in the Constitution and asked her, “What is the actual role on a daily basis as you have found it?”

That’s a reasonable question, and one asked in the friendliest Democrat atmosphere on television outside maybe “The View.” But Harris came up embarrassingly empty.

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