US Election 2020: Is Kamala Harris a socialist ‘Trojan Horse’ who Biden will make President halfway through his term?

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JOE Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris have been branded the "socialist Trojan Horse" - but could she become president halfway through his term if he's elected?

Harris, 56, is a left-leaning California Senator who could become the first woman Vice President if Biden wins the nail-biting election.

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Kamala Harris could become the first woman Vice President if Biden wins the nail-biting election

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Kamala Harris could become the first woman Vice President if Biden wins the nail-biting electionCredit: Reuters

If Joe Biden is elected then he will become the oldest US president

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If Joe Biden is elected then he will become the oldest US presidentCredit: AFP or licensors

She is also first black woman and Asian-American on a major presidential ticket.

She has described herself as a "progressive prosecutor" and "top cop" during her previous role as the Attorney General for the State of California.

Trump and his campaign have repeatedly tried to paint Harris as being "radical left".

While on the campaign trail in September, Trump claimed she is "further left than crazy Bernie".

Trump's campaign has tried to paint Biden and Harris as a "Trojan horse" for the "radical agenda".

Last month, Harris was asked on CBS about Trump's comments and if she would push those policies "from the left wing of the Democratic party".

Harris responded: "“I am not going to be confined to Donald Trump’s definition of who I or anybody else is and I think Americans learned that would be a mistake."

In the same interview, she burst out laughing when asked if she would advocate for a “socialist or progressive perspective” if elected.

Biden could be become the oldest newly US president after securing key swing states in the knife-edge 2020 Election.

He will become 78 years of age on November 20 and throughout the campaign his repeated gaffes have called into question his cognitive health.

In the days before election day, Biden appeared to confuse his granddaughters by stumbling over his words when talking about his late son Beau.

Before Biden announced a running mate, most voters thought he could pick someone who would likely take over as president within the next four years if he gets elected.

59 pre cent of Likely US Voters polled in August by Rasmussen Reports, said they believe Biden's running mate would become president.

It didn't ask why they believed this would happen but in a separate poll from Rasmussen Reports, 38 per cent of Likely US Voters thought Biden had Dementia.

If Biden were to resign during his term, then Harris would automatically ascend to Commander-in-Chief.

However, he could removed from office under the 25th Amendment to the US Constitution.

A sitting president can be removed from office if the vice president and a majority of the cabinet determine that he or she is “unable to discharge the powers and duties” of the office.

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Should that happen, the vice president would immediately assume the office of president.

Harris was a presidential candidate last year, the former district attorney of San Francisco and is a current Senator for California.

Harris has been married to her husband Douglas Emhoff, a lawyer, for the past six years and has two step-children, Ella and Cole.

Trump says if Biden wins Kamala Harris will take over in a 'terrible thing for women'

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