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Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to criticize Kamala Harris for an apparent gaffe she made on North Korea… Scroll down for more…

Video footage showing Vice President Kamala Harris bragging about having “an alliance with the Republic of North Korea” while speaking at the Demilitarized Zone between South and North Korea has garnered the attention of many people on Twitter, including Donald Trump, Tucker Carlson, and many more. The confusing comments, which are going viral on social media, saw the second in command of the United States of America said at a podium that our nation “shares a very important relationship” with the communist country, and then going on to mistakenly brag, “It is an alliance that is strong and enduring.”

Following in the footsteps of Vice President Joe Biden’s embarrassing slip-up, in which he enquired about the whereabouts of a deceased member of Congress named Jackie Walorski, who had been killed in a high-profile car accident earlier in the summer, people were not about to let this slip-up go unnoticed.

Trump, who called Harris a “North Korea sympathizer” and noted that her comments were “the worst” he’d ever heard, was without a doubt the most high-profile critic of Harris’s comments. He spoke out about the frequent slip of the tongue at a rally in Michigan over the weekend and criticized Harris for making them (via Twitter).

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However, the remarks made by the Republican leader were not the last word on the subject.

Fox News presenter Tucker Carlson added his voice to the chorus of those who were offended by Kamala Harris’ tragic slip-up from the DMZ. Carlson was one among the voices who joined the clamor. It was brought to his attention that the Vice President had an “alliance” with Kim Jong-un, the current leader of North Korea.

Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to criticize Kamala Harris for an apparent gaffe she made on North Korea.

Video footage showing Vice President Kamala Harris bragging about having “an alliance with the Republic of North Korea” while speaking at the Demilitarized Zone between South and North Korea has garnered the attention of many people on Twitter, including Donald Trump, Tucker Carlson, and many more. The confusing comments, which are going viral on social media, saw the second in command of the United States of America said at a podium that our nation “shares a very important relationship” with the communist country, and then going on to mistakenly brag, “It is an alliance that is strong and enduring.”

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Following in the footsteps of Vice President Joe Biden’s embarrassing slip-up, in which he enquired about the whereabouts of a deceased member of Congress named Jackie Walorski, who had been killed in a high-profile car accident earlier in the summer, people were not about to let this slip-up go unnoticed.

Trump, who called Harris a “North Korea sympathizer” and noted that her comments were “the worst” he’d ever heard, was without a doubt the most high-profile critic of Harris’s comments. He spoke out about the frequent slip of the tongue at a rally in Michigan over the weekend and criticized Harris for making them (via Twitter).

However, the remarks made by the Republican leader were not the last word on the subject.

The gaffe made by Kamala Harris was not overlooked by anybody.

Fox News presenter Tucker Carlson added his voice to the chorus of those who were offended by Kamala Harris’ tragic slip-up from the DMZ. Carlson was one among the voices who joined the clamor. It was brought to his attention that the Vice President had an “alliance” with Kim Jong-un, the current leader of North Korea.

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Twitter users, on the other hand, would not allow the occasion to pass without remarking on it. One user said that it has been a rough week for the White House in terms of misspeaking. Another person, who was even more upset over the mistake made by the Vice President, said on Twitter, “Kamala has not issued a correction on our partnership with North Korea, as far as I am aware. Where exactly are the members of Congress and the Senate? She has to be removed from office IMMEDIATELY!”

In another tweet, Senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee said that things like this can be difficult, referring to mixing up North and South Korea. Meanwhile, columnist Brian Lilley of Canada joked that the scene was something we could expect to see on the show “Veep.” Other high-profile figures also reacted angrily to the incident.

Finally, a blogger associated with CPAC described the situation as “embarrassing.”