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Kamala Harris Comes After Trump For ‘Language That Is Meant To Divide’

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Vice President Kamala Harris criticized former President Donald Trump’s recent xenophobic remarks on immigration, comparing them to the language of Adolf Hitler.

She emphasized the importance of leadership based on empathy and concern for others, rather than divisiveness and bullying.

“It is language that is meant to divide. It is language that I think people have rightly found similar to the language of Hitler,” Harris said. (Trending: Prominent LGBTQ Activist Arrested Over Disturbing Charges)

“I think it’s just critically important that we remind each other, including our children, that the true measure of the strength of a leader is based on who they beat down, but who they lift up.”

“Sadly, I think that there’s something perverse that has happened in our country over the last many years, which is to suggest that strength looks like a bully when in fact, the real character of a leader is someone who has empathy, who has some level of concern and care for the suffering of other people and then does something to alleviate that suffering.”

“There’s no question in my mind that her response to that kind of language would be … We’ve seen this before, we know where this could go, so stand up and fight for what is right.”

Trump’s comments were also condemned by former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and President Joe Biden’s campaign, who accused him of “parroting Hitler.”

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