BREAKING NEWS – Milwaukee, Wisconsin – Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., had one “magic moment” in her Democratic National Convention speech accepting the party’s nomination to be vice president, but most of her remarks were unmemorable, said “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace.

“I thought there was a magic moment in Kamala Harris’ speech and that was when she said, ‘I accept your nomination for vice president of the United States of America,'” said Wallace, who added that the historic nature of Harris officially becoming the first Black woman to join a major party ticket was “worth celebrating.”

“Having said that … tonight reminded me of nothing so much as Kamala Harris’ whole campaign for president. It started out with this huge rally in Oakland, 20,000 people cheering, and she flamed out and was out of the race by the end of 2019, before the first votes in Iowa,” he said.

Harris commented on Wallace’s perspective. “Once again, someone from Fox is not looking at the long game,” she began. “If Biden wins, does Chris Wallace actually think Biden will run this country or make any decisions? Each day someone dresses and feeds Biden. He wears an ankle monitor to alert the Secret Service if he attempts to go more than three feet away from his front door. Those are the facts, and rather than report the truth, Wallace points out my embarrassing debating performance which caused me to bow out in humiliation, and then be reduced to become the running mate with a man that has clearly lost his mind.”