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Vice President Kamala Harris plays basketball with schoolgirls during a Title IX 50th Anniversary Field Day event at American University on June 22, 2022 in Washington, DC. Harris missed five shots in a row, before making her sixth. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)
“In fact, I challenge her to a one-on-one and we’ll see how that goes,” she continued. “Maybe we can put some policy on the line.”
“You know what, if I win, they go secure the border,” Cammack added. “Or, you know what, even better, if I win, she has to go to the border.”
Harris’ office on Thursday posted a video of the vice president sinking a shot but had left out the five previous misses that happened prior to Harris making a basket.
Vice President Kamala Harris waves as she departs after speaking at the Tribal Nations Summit in the South Court Auditorium on the White House campus, Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
Kammack’s challenge came after a Republican Study Committee (RSC) roundtable on the future of women’s sports that featured House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., as well as RSC members Rep. Jim Banks of Indiana and Greg Steube of Florida.
At the roundtable, McCarthy said that the House GOP was already making moves to protect women’s sports while they are in the minority this Congress.
Cammack also mentioned her bill, the Women’s Bill of Rights, that she introduced into the House this Congress.
The roundtable also featured several female student athletes who told their stories, including Riley Gaines, a championship NCAA swimmer who competed against transgender swimmer Lia Thomas.
Steube’s bill is currently gathering signatures for a discharge petition that would force a vote on the measure.
Harris’ office did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.
Houston Keene is a politics reporter for Fox News Digital. Story tips can be sent to Houston.Keene@Fox.com and on Twitter: @HoustonKeene