Sky News host Chris Kenny says if US President Joe Biden’s “feeble mental state” forces him to step down, he would be replaced by Vice President Kamala Harris – who is “not very convincing”.

“Often trying to get out of awkward moments when she doesn’t know what she’s talking with forced laugher or repeating banal phrases,” he said.

Mr Kenny said Ms Harris was recently at the Demilitarised Zone, which is one of the “world’s great strategic flashpoints” separating the communist dictatorship of North Korea from the democratic south.

'Unconvincing' Harris blunders by praising alliance with 'Republic of North Korea'

‘Unconvincing’ Harris blunders by praising alliance with ‘Republic of North Korea’

“There are no tricks here, the same divide has prevailed here for 70 years – but the Vice President of the US didn’t really seem to know whose side she was on,” he said.

Mr Kenny said Ms Harris spoke of the positive relationship between the United States and the “Republic of North Korea” during her speech.

“No Madam Vice President, North Korea is the enemy, they’re the bad guys,” he said.

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