Kamala Harris humiliated herself on the global stage with this jaw-dropping blunder at the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ)

Kamala Harris has been a disaster as Vice President.

She’s just as bad as Joe Biden when it comes to making gaffes.

But Kamala Harris humiliated herself on the global stage with this jaw-dropping blunder at the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ).

On her four-day trip to Asia this week, Vice President Kamala Harris traveled to the Korean Peninsula to show America’s support for South Korea.

Harris visited the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) that separates South Korea from North Korea, where she attempted to address the threat posed by increasingly hostile North Korea.

But, as usual, Harris couldn’t get through a sentence without committing a gaffe.

“The United States shares a very important relationship, which is an alliance with the Republic of North Korea,” Harris said.

Of course, she meant to say South Korea, as North Korea, led by dictator Kim Jong Un, is one of the biggest enemies of the United States.

North Korea acquiring nuclear weapons is one of the world’s biggest threats.

But without even realizing a major gaffe she committed, Kamala Harris continued speaking, adding that “it is an alliance that is strong and enduring.”

“I cannot state enough that the commitment of the United States to the defense of the Republic of Korea is iron-clad, and that we will do everything in our power to ensure that it has meaning in every way that the words suggest,” Harris said.

Harris also went up to the top of a ridge near guard towers and security cameras, where she looked through binoculars as a South Korean officer pointed out military installations on the northern side.

An American officer then pointed out the military DMZ line, telling Harris that U.S. soldiers frequently walk patrols along a path.

“It’s so close,” Harris told the American officer while she peered through the binoculars.

“It’s 50 meters away, ma’am,” the confused officer responded.

50 meters is 164 feet, or 54 yards, roughly half the size of a football field.

But for some reason Harris felt the need to use high-powered military binoculars to look at the DMZ line and make the obvious statement that “it’s so close.”

This isn’t Harris’ first huge gaffe overseas.

On a previous trip to Europe at the beginning of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, Harris committed another major gaffe by declaring that Ukraine was a member of NATO.

And this is one of the reasons why Kamala Harris will never be President.

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