BREAKING NEWS – Columbia, South Carolina – In a bizarre back-and-forth on her attendance, Kamala Harris said Saturday she would, in fact, go to a criminal justice forum in South Carolina, despite very publicly announcing she would boycott the event due to a sponsoring group’s decision to give an award to President Trump. The 2020 presidential hopeful on Friday announced that she would skip the 2019 Second Step Presidential Justice Forum at Benedict College in Columbia, South Carolina, after the 20/20 Bipartisan Justice Center awarded the president for his efforts to pass sweeping criminal justice reform legislation. She explained the motive for her initial boycott. “I was very angry about the President’s criminal justice reform legislation, because he plans on releasing lots of African-American inmates, that clearly are not going to vote for me, as a way to rub my nose in it,” the former district attorney explained. “I believe what he did is a form of racism, even though currently I can’t figure it out. Black people can’t stand my guts, and he is exploiting their animosity. I changed my mind and decided to attend, so I can have an opportunity to apologize to any of the blacks in the audience, that I might have successfully prosecuted and had them or relatives of theirs tossed into prison… uh, who’s support I am now soliciting.”