During his speech at the Michigan Democratic Party Legacy Dinner on Saturday, June 8, Vice President Kamala Harris criticized Donald Trump for his criticisms of the hush money trial, which led to the former President's conviction on criminal charges.

"Donald Trump openly tried to overturn the last election. And now, he openly attacks the foundations of our justice system," Kamala started her speech, who is 59 years old, and she made a reference to the fact that the 77-year-old stated that the results of the presidential election in 2020 were tampered with, as per The New York Times.

"Following his conviction in New York last month, Trump has been claiming the whole trial was rigged. That's false. Just look at the facts. Over the course of six weeks, a jury of 12 Americans reviewed the evidence. His defense attorney actively participated in selecting that jury. And actively made decisions about which witnesses to call and cross-examine. And the jury came back with a unanimous decision. Guilty on 34 counts,” she added.

“You know why he complains? Because the reality is, cheaters don’t like getting caught. “And since the verdict, he attacks the judge and the witnesses. He suggests the case could be a ‘breaking point’ for his supporters, hinting at violence. He spreads lies that our Administration is controlling this case when everyone knows it was a state prosecution. And he says that he will use a second term for revenge,” Kamala furthered.

“Simply put, Donald Trump thinks he is above the law. This should be disqualifying for anyone who wants to be President of the United States,” the second most powerful person in the United States concluded.

While Kamala is attempting to persuade people not to vote for the convicted criminal, model Amber Rose recently declared that the outcomes of the trial do not affect her decision to vote for the father-of-five.

In a recent interview, Amber, who is forty years old, was asked why she chose to support the Republican candidate, particularly given her long history of campaigning for women's rights. In response, she queried, "Is Donald Trump not for women's rights issues? He's trying to make America great again that's for women too, right?"

The question that was then posed to the celebrity was, "Does the fact that he was convicted alter the way you view him?"

“Nope, not at all. I will still vote for Donald Trump,” Rose said, OK Magazine reported. “Do you think it will help his chances to get reelected?” the reporter added. “I think it helps him more. I think it actually helps him. I think people see the injustice in what happened and they want to vote for him more than ever,” the rapper continued.

Amber then explained why she thinks so many have decided to support Donald, saying, "I think we just did our research. We're not brainwashed anymore by the left. I can say that about myself. All these years, I've been brainwashed, and I'm not anymore.”