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Kamala Harris’ latest word salad honors ‘women who made history throughout history’ for Women’s History Month

The vice president also praised historic women ‘who saw what could be, unburdened by what had been’

By Alexander Hall | Fox News

Vice President Kamala Harris raised eyebrows with another round of circular speech at an event commemorating Women’s History Month Wednesday.

Harris, along with President Joe Biden, First Lady Jill Biden and second gentleman Doug Emhoff, offered remarks at the White House to commemorate Women’s History Month. They all spoke about women of the past as well as the administration’s goals for American women of today.

During one segment of her address, Harris seemed to get stuck on repeating women and history, while falling back on one of her word salad standbys about being “unburdened by what has been.”

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