VIDEO: Kamala Has a Filthy Mouth

( – Definitely not the role model she portrays herself to be, as Kamala Harris dropped an f-bomb during a live-streamed event on the White House website while discussing how minorities should advocate for themselves.

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“We have to know that sometimes people will open the door for you and leave it open,” the 59-year-old Democrat said at the annual Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies Legislative Leadership Summit.

“Sometimes they won’t, and then you need to kick that f–king door down,” Harris added.

Quickly, she said, “Excuse my language,” as the audience laughed.

Harris was chatting with comedian Jimmy O. Yang from “Crazy Rich Asians.” Yang seemed impressed by Harris’ rare use of the f-bomb, joking, “We gotta make t-shirts with that saying.”

While Harris is the first female African-American and Asian-American vice president in U.S. history, Yang prompted the colorful response by asking her to talk about her experience as the first female with those characteristics.

During her remarks, Harris highlighted the difficulty of overcoming societal barriers, saying, “Here’s the thing about breaking down barriers. It does not mean that you start on one side of the barrier and end up on another.”

“There’s breaking involved. And when you break things you get cut and you may bleed. And it is worth it every time,” she added.

In turn, the Biden administration is celebrating Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with several events this week, which included a White House reception and last week, the Biden campaign launched a $14 million ad campaign targeting minority voters.

During the panel session, the Vice President reflected on her mother’s experience as an Indian immigrant to the U.S., “You have to fight for rights for everybody, and you have to be in the fight. You can’t sit it out,” she expressed.

“You know how inequity happens,” she continued. “You know what happens when systems displace power or when systems are suppressing the rights of other people.”

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