GOP rep challenges VP Harris in basketball after viral missed shots: 'If I win, she has to go to the border'

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FIRST ON FOX: A Florida GOP congresswoman and former athlete challenged Vice President Kamala Harris to a basketball game after the viral video of her missed shots.

Rep. Kat Cammack, R-Fla., threw down the gauntlet in an exclusive video with Fox News Digital challenging the veep to a game of hoops with a border trip on the line.

"You know, when I saw the unedited footage, it looks like she could use a little bit of work on, not just her foot work, but her technique and her form," Cammack quipped. "But I’m happy to assist."

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Vice President Kamala Harris plays basketball with schoolgirls during a Title IX 50th Anniversary Field Day event at American University on June 22, 2022 in Washington, DC. Harris missed five shots in a row, before making her sixth. <span class="copyright">Alex Wong/Getty Images</span>
Vice President Kamala Harris plays basketball with schoolgirls during a Title IX 50th Anniversary Field Day event at American University on June 22, 2022 in Washington, DC. Harris missed five shots in a row, before making her sixth. Alex Wong/Getty Images

"In fact, I challenge her to a one-on-one and we’ll see how that goes," she continued. "Maybe we can put some policy on the line."

"You know what, if I win, they go secure the border," Cammack added. "Or, you know what, even better, if I win, she has to go to the border."

Harris’ office on Thursday posted a video of the vice president sinking a shot but had left out the five previous misses that happened prior to Harris making a basket.

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Kammack’s challenge came after a Republican Study Committee (RSC) roundtable on the future of women’s sports that featured House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., as well as RSC members Rep. Jim Banks of Indiana and Greg Steube of Florida.

At the roundtable, McCarthy said that the House GOP was already making moves to protect women's sports while they are in the minority this Congress.