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Fox News anchor says VP Harris suffering from “typical female problems”

Fox News host Jesse Watters ridiculed Vice President Kamala Harris for suffering from “typical female problems” as she confessed to struggling working in D.C., reported the Daily Beast.

Attending a meeting amongst some of the most influential Black women in the United States, PBS reported that Harris admitted to feeling like she had been stuck in a “D.C. bubble.”

This was in context to a portion of the meeting where the vice president revealed that the toll of the isolation that came out of the global pandemic made her working environment “stifling”.

Everyone, regardless of gender, sympathized with the strains and exhaustion that came out of COVID- 19. However, Watters criticized Harris for already having everything at her fingertips, as he stated, “She has her jet, she has a chef, she can move mountains if she wants to affect policy…I like that bubble! It’s a cozy bubble! I wouldn’t try to get out of that bubble,” Raw Story reported Harris as saying.

Moreover, Watters decided to take it a step further when he brought her gender into the discussion as he wondered aloud if Harris’s gender is the main contributor as to why she struggles in the capital.

“They say the first female vice president comes in there, and every single article is about her feelings,” the Daily Beast reported.

According to Raw Story, Watters’ statement was met with groans and protests as they attempted to quiet him down for his controversial opinions during the news. Both panelist Jeanine Pirro and Dana Perino tried to get Watters to change the subject.

“Jesse, stop it!” Pirro said.

Fox News recently promoted Watters from his reporter role during which he became known for his segment, Watters World. In 2016, he drew outrage, after mocking limited English speaking residents of New York’s Chinatown to the tune of Kung Fu Fighting.

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