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    Kamala Harris' Profane Remark at White House Event Sparks Controversy

    US Vice President Kamala Harris made headlines after her profanity-laden comment during a leadership summit at the White House went viral. During the live-streamed event hosted by the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies Legislative Leadership Summit, Harris, 59, used strong language while discussing advocacy for minorities.

    “We have to know that sometimes people will open the door for you and leave it open,” Harris stated. “Sometimes they won’t, and then you need to kick that f****** door down.”

    Despite immediately apologizing for her language, Harris’s comment stirred both laughter and controversy among the audience and viewers. Her role in leading the Biden-Harris re-election campaign’s efforts on women’s and reproductive rights added weight to her remarks.

    In addition to her profanity, Harris shared a personal anecdote about her parents meeting at a civil rights march, underscoring the importance of breaking barriers and being pioneers.

    While it’s uncommon for presidents and vice presidents to use such language publicly, instances of profanity have been noted, often in private or leaked discussions. Joe Biden, for example, referred to his rival Donald Trump as “a sick f**k” and made derogatory remarks about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

    Historically, swearing by political figures is not new. Former President Harry Truman justified his actions with colorful language, and Lyndon Johnson was known for his frequent use of profanity.

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