Kamala Harris Admits She Is ‘Scared’ For Possible Donald Trump Re-Election

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Vice President Kamala Harris is speaking out about the possibility of Former President Donald Trump getting re-elected.

As you may know, the former President of the United States won in the Iowa caucuses on Monday. Trump won by a landslide against other candidates such as Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley. This marks his first Republican victory.

As Trump now has a chance to return to the White House, the current Vice President is speaking out on what that could mean for America, and how she truly feels about the possibility.

Kamala Harris Is 'Scared As Heck' At The Possibility Of Donald Trump's Re-Election

Kamala Harris Admits She Is 'Scared' For Possible Donald Trump Reelection
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During a recent appearance on 'The View', host Joy Behar asked the Vice President, “Are you scared what would happen if Trump ever became, God forbid, President again? And what are you going to do to stop the crazies?”

To which, Harris admitted she is "scared as heck"

“You know, there’s an old saying that there are only two ways to run for office: either without an opponent or scared. So on all of those points, yes, we should all be scared," she admitted while on the talk show. "But as we know — and certainly this is a table of very powerful women — we don’t run away from something when we’re scared. We fight back against it.”

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She also added that because of Trump's likelihood of becoming President again, that is “why I’m traveling our country.”

“In the last two weeks, I’ve been to Georgia, Nevada, I’ve been to North Carolina, I’ve been to South Carolina twice,” Harris said of her recent travels. “There is no question. We gotta be on the road. We have to earn the re-elect.”

The Vice President went on to explain the importance of communicating "what we have achieved" with Americans, though she did admit, "That is going to be one of our big challenges."

"We’ve done a lot of good work, we gotta let people know who brung it to them," the VP said.

Kamala Harris Addresses Nikki Haley's Recent Controversial Comments

Kamala Harris Admits She Is 'Scared' For Possible Donald Trump Reelection
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As you may know, Nikki Haley stirred up controversy when she expressed that she experienced racism growing up as a child of Indian immigrants, but "today is a lot better than it was then." She also suggested that topics such as race and gender divide people.

“I know I faced racism when I was growing up, but I can tell you that today is a lot better than it was then," Haley said earlier this week, adding, "Our goal is to lift up everybody, not go and divide people on race, or gender, or party, or anything else. We've had enough of that in America.”

After receiving backlash, Haley later clarified what she meant by her comments, while simultanously defending her stance.

“America has always had racism, but America has never been a racist country,” a spokesperson told CNN on her behalf. “The liberal media always fails to get that distinction. It can throw a fit, but that doesn’t change Nikki’s belief that America is special because its people are always striving to do better and live up to our founding ideals of freedom and equality.”

Kamala Harris at the Tribal Nations Summit - Washington
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Kamala Harris addressed those comments when on 'The View', stating, "The history of racism in America should never be the subject of a soundbite, or a question that is meant to elicit a one-sentence answer, but there is no denying ... that racism has played a role in the history of our nation."

She added, "I think we all would agree that while it is part of our past and that we see vestiges of it today, we should also be committed collectively to not letting it define the future of our country. But we cannot get to a place of progress by denying the existence of racism."