"The tweets of the President and his behavior in this regard are just further proof that he uses his power to crush people instead of pushing them up," said the California Democrat and presidential candidate from 2020 to CNN Anderson Cooper on "Anderson Cooper 360".
"Honestly, if you look at what he has been twittering today against the whistleblower, against so many people, then I honestly think, based on this and all that we've seen of him so far, including attacks on members the congress, which he should be honest – his Twitter account should be blocked. "I think there's a lot of evidence that suggests he's irresponsible with his words and could harm other people's privilege." He should probably be taken out of the way to use it. "
When asked if blocking his Twitter account would be seen as the giant in the social network trying to silence Trump, Harris said it was the Case had to agree that the words of a US president should "not be about downsizing, let alone harm to anyone", and said that Trump "his word used in a way that could harm someone ".
Restraint, then there should perhaps be other mechanisms to make sure that his words do not harm anyone, "she said," and that's what I'm about. We want to make sure his words do no harm to anyone. "
Trump has rebuked the anonymous whistleblower in a series of tweets that tweet" #FakeWhistleblower "on Monday, repeatedly calling the whistleblower's complaint a" fake. "Sunday The President said he deserved to meet his "prosecutor."