Former spokesperson for Ukraine President DELETES tweet condemning Kamala Harris laughter

"It would be a tragedy if this woman won the presidency," Iuliia Mendel tweeted.

Nick Monroe Cleveland Ohio

In a recently deleted tweet, the former press secretary for Ukraine President Zelenskyy lamented the performance of US Vice President Kamala Harris during a press conference with the Polish president on Thursday.

A review of Iuliia Mendel's social media feed reveals how the former spokeswoman is still playing an active role online when it comes to monitoring the ongoing Russian invasion. She recently complimented the Biden administration’s recent decision to ban imports of Russian oil and gas.

The reporter asking the question wanted to know about how Poland could withstand such a massive influx of Ukrainians fleeing the war and what the United States was going to do in terms of setting up an infrastructure to accommodate Ukrainian refugees, as well as if Polish President Andrzej Duda had broached this topic with Harris thus far.

The two looked at one another on the stage, presumably to see who would answer the question first, and eventually the indecision was broken by a spout of laughter from the Vice President.

"A friend in need is a friend indeed," Kamala said before howling with more laughter. The Polish President ended up taking the question since Harris was incapable of recovering a serious composure.

While Iuliia Mendel hasn’t publicly addressed her tweet deletion, several commenters had demanded she take the remark down beforehand or accused the former spokesperson for the Ukrainian President of spreading Republican propaganda.

Deputy Communications Director for Harris accused Benny Johnson, who posted the video, of being "wildly out of context" with his description of the events in his tweet.

Throughout 2021, Harris has regularly responded with laughter as a reaction to serious subjects.

At another point in Thursday’s conference with the Polish President, Harris called for investigating Russia to see if they’ve committed war crimes since the start of their invasion into Ukraine.

Harris has previously described the conflict as follows: Ukraine "exists next to another country called Russia. Russia is a bigger country. Russia is a powerful country. Russia decided to invade a smaller country called Ukraine, so basically that's wrong."

Harris arrived in Poland Wednesday night to smooth over "diplomatic speed bumps" in US - Poland relations as of late. The hiccups in question happened after an incident of miscommunication on the international stage, as the two countries sent mixed signals over what to do with an arrangement of fighter jets intended to help Ukraine defend their country.

The US ultimately stepped back since the move would look like a more direct intervention by NATO into the Russian invasion of Ukraine. But they only had to say that after Poland publicly signaled they were on board.


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