One kid said, “he had to send in a monologue of him talking about something he’s passionate about, and three questions he would ask a world leader.”
Can anyone get faker than Kamala Harris?
Harris’s video about space and NASA stunk. She tried too hard to look and sound excited. She tried too hard to connect with the kids in the video. It’s so weird and awkward.
It turns out Harris hired all those kids. CHILD ACTORS:
The teens are actors who auditioned for their spots. Trevor Bernardino is a 13-year-old freshman at York School in Monterey, he’s also a space enthusiast. He said he had to send in a monologue of him talking about something he’s passionate about, and three questions he would ask a world leader. The next step was for Trevor to interview the director of the production so they could get an insight into Trevor’s interviewing skills.
“Then after that, like a week later my agent called me and was like ‘Hey Trevor, you booked it,'” Trevor Bernardino said.
From there Bernardino only knew he was going to Washington, D.C. in August to interview someone.
Bernardino said, “Me, my mom, dad, we were speculating who could be this important that we meet them in D.C. and we get to go on cool trip and film.”
Bernardino praised Harris: “She just sat us down. She is super charismatic. She’s everything that I ever thought of her, plus more. She made me feel like one of her peers, and at the time I felt super important. I was talking to her face to face.”
Did he sit down with the same woman in the video? Is Harris better off-camera?
The actors include Derrick Brooks II, Emily Kim, and Sydney Schmooke. The group also had Zhoriel Tapo, who once interviewed Michelle Obama.
They taped the video between August 11 and 13 at the Naval Observatory when we were pulling out of Kabul, Afghanistan.
I won’t mock the kids. Maybe they really are interested in space and NASA. Shoot, I would have applied! Who doesn’t love space? I know you guys do because Leslie’s space posts do well on the site!DONATE
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