Kamala Harris Shares Plagiarized Story About Her in a Stroller Saying She Wants ‘Freedom’

‘I said, “Fweedom”‘

EXCERPT:

HARRISS: “Well, I was in a stroller. [Laughter] I was in a stroller. And so I was out there.”

FALLON: “Wow.”

HARRISS: “And in fact, my mother used to have a very funny story about how I was fussing and she said, 'Kamala, what do you want?' And I said — and this is how she would say it — and she said, 'Kamala, what do you want?' And I said, 'Fweedom.'”

FALLON: “Oh — [Laughter] — Oh, come on. 'Fweedom.'”

HARRISS: “It was a much cuter story when she would tell it, but that’s the story she told.”

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