California Sen. Kamala Harris may be out of the presidential running, but she let President Donald Trump know her clap back game is still as strong as ever.

After Harris announced yesterday she was ending her presidential run, former Trump campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, tweeted “Another one bites the dust. Guess it’s not as easy as everyone thought. @realDonaldTrump connected with people that’s why he won 38 Primaries and Caucuses.”

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Trump retweeted Lewandowski’s post and added, sarcastically: “Too bad. We will miss you Kamala!”

Six minutes later, Harris flexed her comeback jab one more again for Trump.

“Don’t worry, Mr. President. I’ll see you at your trial,” Harris tweeted back.


Harris left the field of Democratic challengers citing her campaign’s financial challenges. In a letter to her supporters, Harris wrote: “In good faith, I can’t tell you, my supporters and volunteers, that I have a path forward if I don’t believe I do.”

The House is expected to vote to impeach Trump by Christmas, according to The Washington Post. After weeks of public hearings on whether Trump pushed Ukraine officials to investigate presidential hopeful, Joe Biden, and his son, on a promise of aid money, legislators are determining whether to proceed with impeachment. If the House garners enough votes to impeach Trump, the next phase would be a trial in the Senate, where Harris would vote on whether to remove Trump from office, reported The USA Today.

Harris has already let it be known that she believes Trump committed impeachable offenses.

“We have a criminal in the White House,” Harris said at November’s primary debate, according to The USA Today.

Yesterday’s announcement by Harris prompted Trump, and his cronies, to fire back with his legendary pettiness.

Trump’s 2020 campaign twitter account also weighed in on Harris’ campaign suspension announcement by tweeting: “BREAKING NEWS: @KamalaHarris has ended her campaign for president. Congratulations @TulsiGabbard!”

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Harris and Gabbard have previously traded barbs during debates and on social media and the Trump campaign tweet played to that. But after Harris’ announcement, Gabbard joined other Democratic presidential candidates in wishing her well.

“Sending my best wishes to @KamalaHarris, her family & supporters who have campaigned so hard. While we disagree on some issues, we agree on others & I respect her sincere desire to serve the American people. I look forward to working together on the challenges we face as a nation,” Gabbard said.