Harris 'will not be the first woman president' -Trump

"She kept laughing. I said, is there something wrong with her too? She will not be the first woman president. You can't let that happen," Trump said.

With eight days until the U.S. election, President Donald Trump on Monday wooed voters in Pennsylvania, a battleground state he won in 2016 and is crucial to his chances of defeating Democratic challenger Joe Biden and winning a second term.

More than 60 million Americans already have cast ballots ahead of the Nov. 3 election in a record-breaking pace that could lead to the highest U.S. voter turnout by percentage in more than a century.

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DONALD TRUMP: And sleepy Joe Biden has pledged the biggest tax hike in history. Did anybody see 60 Minutes last night? Did anybody see 60 Minutes-- which is a total joke of a show, but you saw I released the thing early, so they got the full-- but it was OK. But did you see his performance on that show?

The only thing almost as bad was Kamala, with the laugh. Ha, ha, ha, that's so funny. Ha, ha, ha. She kept laughing. I said, is there something wrong with her too? She will not be the first woman president. You can't let that happen. Can't let that happen. No, I said, is there something wrong with her? She kept laughing, at very, you know, serious questions.

But how about this? Mike was great. But how about this? They asked me, she says, are you ready for tough questions? I thought she was kidding, you know, because how do you say-- I said, just treat me-- no, no, no. This is tough questions.

- They hate you.

DONALD TRUMP: And I said-- they do. And I said, let's see what you have. And it was just question, question, kill-- always going for the kill.