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CNN Reporter Perfectly Shames Trump After He Repeatedly Calls Kamala Harris a 'Monster' in Bonkers Interview

CNN Reporter Perfectly Shames Trump After He Repeatedly Calls Kamala Harris a 'Monster' in Bonkers Interview
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Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) faced off Wednesday night in the only vice presidential debate of the 2020 election cycle.

While much more civil than the chaotic presidential debate last month, Pence still repeatedly interrupted Harris to the point that she had to reprimand him multiple times.

Never out of the spotlight for too long, President Donald Trump called into Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo's show Thursday morning where he began ranting about Senator Harris and her running mate, Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

Trump even called Harris a monster.

Watch below.

After making wild claims about Biden's mental fitness to serve as President, Trump said:

"And this monster that was onstage with Mike Pence, who destroyed her last night by the way, but this monster, she says 'No, no there won't be fracking, there won't be this.' Everything she says is a lie."

Trump, who's publicly called his women critics "dogs" and "horsefaces," was once again lobbing insults at a woman who challenged his administration. These insults went unchecked by Bartiromo.

CNN's Jim Sciutto reacted to Trump's words on air.

Sciutto admonished the President, saying:

"This is the sitting President making these allegations without basis, by the way, and without challenge. And using language that—goodness. My children sometimes watch this broadcast. I don't want them to hear that kind of language from the sitting president about a woman who is running for VP and is a sitting & elected member of the Senate."

People largely agreed that Trump's comments, while not unusual for him, were still completely unbecoming and dismissive of the Senator's place in history.

People commended Sciutto for speaking out against Trump's words.

The presidential election is November 3rd, but early voting has already started in a number of states.