Harris was born in Oakland, California, to an Indian mother and a Jamaican father. She is the first African American and Indian American senator in history.
Harris began her career as a prosecutor in Alameda County, and then served as the district attorney of San Francisco. In 2016, she was elected to the US Senate.
Harris has been criticized by Republicans for her positions on immigration and healthcare. They argue that she is not patriotic because she wants to provide healthcare for all Americans, and that she is not tough on crime like they would like her to be.
They also argue that she is not qualified to be Vice President.
Overall, Republicans believe that Harris is a disgrace because of her positions on immigration and healthcare. They do not think she is fit to be a senator or Vice President and they believe she does not represent the values of Republicans or conservatives.