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I want to defend @KamalaHarris for the “well said” over a bad comment at her rally. My experience here is having stood as an MP in the UK and spoken at hundreds of campaign events myself.

The truth? She likely didn’t hear precisely what he said. She heard “Trump” and criticism.
When supporters take time in their day and evening to come out and cheer for you, you want to encourage them. If @SenKamalaHarris heard a negative shout on Trump, who’s done so much damage to this country, then she said back “Well said” without hearing it precisely.
That’s a totally normal thing for a candidate to do. It doesn’t mean @KamalaHarris approved of the term in any way. It’s standard muddy audio at a campaign rally with a good candidate who cares for her supporters in general.

Anybody who’s run for any office knows that. The end.
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