At least she’s having fun.
Kamala Harris was ridiculed online Saturday for busting out her “granny moves” during a White House party she hosted celebrating the 50th anniversary of Hip-Hop.
Critics pounced on the Vice President for revolving through a series of tired, bare-minimum shuffles at the outdoor fete.
“Kamala Harris with the granny moves at her 50th Anniversary of Hip-Hop party,” political commentator Anthony Brian Logan said on X, formerly known as Twitter.
“Pure cringe,” another user wrote, as another called it the “Cackle Shuffle” in an apparent reference to the Vice Presidents laugh.
One commenter simply said “yuck.”
The vice president seemingly couldn’t hold back during the hip-hop fete when the DJ started playing Q-Tip’s 1999 smash hit “Vivrant Thing.”
Dressed in hot pink slacks and a 90s-esque neon blouse, the 58-year-old stiffly bopped in place and nodded her head to the music with a stifled smile on her face, video shows.
“What?” Harris mouthed before swinging her arms in the classic “Roll It” move.
Harris tried to sing along to the Billboard chart-topper but didn’t appear to know the words besides the chorus.
Ultimately, the second-in-command settled on a simple dance pattern — waving one hand in the air while sashaying from one foot to the other.
Some online wags saw a clip of the VP’s footwork and couldn’t resist the opportunity to lambaste the dancing Democrat for enjoying a music-related party while the country deals with a plethora of issues, including inflation and the wake of the devastating Maui fires.
“Dance Kamala as Hawaiians are still lamenting, baby!” one X user said.
“Her dance moves are on a par with her skill level in dealing with our border crisis,” wrote another.
One critic blasted the politician with a simple, yet devastating nickname: “Kringemala Harris.”
The wince-worthy moves were not the first time Harris displayed that generated long-lasting Internet chatter.
She was relentlessly mocked in June after Bravo host Andy Cohen released a clip of her stiffly leaning back and bopping her head as he showed her Kylie Minogue’s song “Padum.”
“I like it, I like it!” she said before devolving into cackles.