Kamala Harris: ‘I Think We Probably’ Are Looking at a Constitutional Crisis with Trump

‘Yes, I think it is fair to say we’re looking at a crisis, not only of confidence but potentially a constitutional crisis, yeah’

RUSH EXCERPT:

HARRIS: “I think we are. A constitutional crisis is generally when the system that we set up with checks and balance, each of the independent — call branches of government fails to perform its duties. I think we are seeing a breakdown on responsibilities. We saw it last week in the Barr hearing, we’re seeing it in terms of a failure to comply with subpoenas. Now being a member O the united States Congress and the Senate, I’m seeing up close where there is a failure to respect the significance of Congress eduity to perform a role of oversight over the agencies. I’m ceiling a failure to appreciate the importance of testifying before Congress in a way that is straightforward and truthful. Yes, I think it is fair to say we’re looking at a crisis, not only of confidence but potentially a constitutional crisis, yeah.”

Video files
Full
Compact
Audio files
Full
Compact
Similar stories
Pence on Kamala Harris as Biden’s VP: ‘I Like the Match up, It’s On’
Sen. Coons: If Trump Fired Bob Mueller, It Would Be a ‘Constitutional Crisis’ with ‘Significant Consequences’
Ben Cardin: If Trump Fires Mueller It ‘Would Create a Constitutional Crisis’
Tarlov on 2020: Bloomberg Could Go Toe-to-Toe with Trump, Kamala Harris Could Be ‘Formidable’
Ted Deutch: ‘I Do’ Agree with Nadler that We Are in a ‘Constitutional Crisis’