Donald Trump Jr shares post slamming CNN for 'defending Harris' debate performance because it is harder as a woman'

DONALD Trump Jr. supported a slam against CNN on Twitter that claimed the network was "making excuses" for Kamala Harris "because she's a woman."

Post last night's vice presidential debate, Trump Jr. retweeted a bash against the major news outlet that accompanied a 16 second video clip from CNN.

The video features CNN's Jake Tapper questioning if a woman candidate feels as though they cannot push as hard in a debate as a man, "for fear of seeming and offending some segment of the electorate."

Tapper clarified at the end, "I'm not saying it should be that way but I am wondering if it is that way."

The tweet bashing CNN claims the network is "making excuses" for Sen. Harris not debating hard "because she's a woman."

This is not the first time a member of the Trump family has criticized the democratic vice presidential candidate.

After Wednesday night's debate, the President called Harris "a monster" and "communist who will replace Joe Biden within months."

Harris, a 55-year-old lawyer, was revealed as Biden's pick on August 11 after initially running against him in a bid to become Democratic candidate and is the first black woman to run for vice president.

After the pick was announced, Eric Trump bashed Biden's choice, calling it "very discriminatory."

"What's shocking to me is that you pick a person who pretty much called you racist and who said that she believed… sexual assault accusers," Eric Trump told Fox News Rundown Extra Radio.

"I think what he did was actually very discriminatory, meaning even if he chose to choose who he ultimately did, he really discriminated against other minority groups who have wonderful people, who have incredibly capable people that had lots of amazing options," he later added.

Trump Jr. has also previously mocked the Senator, specifically for her cringeworthy Tupac "best rapper alive" comment.

During a CNN interview, Harris was asked "best rapper alive?" to which she replied "Tupac."

CNN's Angela Rye then reminded Harris that the rapper has been dead for over 20 years, leading her to quickly correct herself, saying "not alive, I know, I keep doing that."

After Harris's comments emerged online, Trump Jr quickly jumped onto Twitter to ask his 5million followers: "Who's gonna tell her???

"If you're going to pander at least know the basics," he wrote on Friday night.

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