Kayleigh Just Put Kamala In Her Place – She Says “Harris Trying To Stop A War Is Like Putting Hillary In Charge Of iPhone Security”

Everyone is holding their breath this week: Russia seems poised to strike the Ukraine, as reports are coming in that the larger country is amassing their forces at the border.

We’ve heard that President Biden has agreed to a summit “in principle” with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, but that hasn’t been nailed down. And right now, an attack could  happen within hours.

And sending Vice President Kamala Harris to the Ukrainian border won’t help, either — so says a former Trump ally.

Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany has called out the current administration in the past, and is never afraid to criticize members of Biden’s cabinet.

This goes double for the latest international crisis, which many leaders say will test Biden’s foreign policy capabilities. Unfortunately, a lot of those leaders worry that POTUS is outmatched in these matters.

McEnany doesn’t have any confidence in VP Harris, that’s for sure.

She went on “Outnumbered” and spoke about the decision to send Harris overseas, and was quick to point out that the Vice President didn’t seem to have any sort of impact on America’s border crisis.

Via The Daily Caller:

Putting Vice President Kamala Harris in charge of stopping a war in Ukraine is like putting Hillary Clinton in charge of iPhone security.

I mean, it just simply is not going to work. We talk a lot about the Russia-Ukraine border, but we talk very little … about the U.S. southern border.

This was the border czar Kamala Harris and what did we get from her valiant activity on the southern border? We got the most encounters in January that we’ve had in 20 years. We got 1.7 million encounters last year—again a record high on the southern border.

Harris went to the first meeting of the Munich Security Conference on Friday, in an effort to lessen tensions.

In citing the Vice President’s apparent failings concerning the U.S. southern border, McEnany referred to an NBC News interview, where host Lester Holt accused Harris of not having traveled to the border.

Since the Russia/Ukraine reports started coming in, the Vice President has warned of “severe consequences” if the aggression continued.

Even so, the Biden administration is hoping to enter into talks with Russia. This diplomatic angle may or may not work, however, and McEnany doesn’t believe Harris will have any real pull overseas.

Biden has already said he expects the Russian invasion of the Ukraine to happen within a few days.

And if Biden and Harris can’t manage to stop it – if they can’t get Putin to pull back – then war is likely to break out. And that almost certainly won’t have a positive affect on the administration’s approval ratings.

Some leaders and insiders have called out Biden’s foreign policy weaknesses in the past, and it might end up being on full display this week.

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