President Trump called presumptive vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris a radical “mad woman” Thursday, said the tax and spend policies of the Democratic ticket would wreak havoc on the economy, and predicted the party’s environmental agenda would result in the demolition of the Empire State Building.

“She’s radical left. Now she tries to pretend she’s not, but she’s the most liberal person in the US Senate. She’s done things that are terrible in terms of the police in terms of the Second Amendment, in terms of everything else and she is a big taxer as Joe is a big taxer,” Trump said on “Fox News Business,” referring to presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

The California senator is “sort of a mad woman,” Trump went on, blasting her for her sharp questioning of Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh during his Senate confirmation hearing.

“She was so angry and [showed] so much hatred with Justice Kavanaugh,” the president said.

“I mean, I’ve never seen anything like it. She was the angriest of the group — and they were all angry. They’re all radical left angry people.” he added.

Asked about the economic forecast for 2021 and whether the country would bounce back from the financial ravages of the coronavirus pandemic, Trump said it depends on who wins the election in November.

“I think if he wins, you’re going to end up with a disaster,” Trump said. He said Biden would push through the Green New Deal backed by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, which he predicted would drag down the economy, and result in the demolition of the Empire State Building.

“It’s so ridiculous, but they’re talking about no fossil fuels, which means basically no energy, and have to close down half of the businesses of the country. If you have to rebuild cities because too much light gets through the windows, so let’s make the windows nice and small let’s rip down the Empire State Building and replace it with no windows,” he said.

“I mean the whole thing is so preposterous. It is so crazy. And I guess you’re talking about $100 trillion, right, to do it, assuming you did it, you know, which will never happen by the way,” Trump added.

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