Kamala Harris caught on hot mic checking rally location: 'Are we in Cleveland?'

Harris also accidentally overstated the U.S. death toll of the coronavirus, saying it had killed "over 220 million" Americans instead of 224,000

A hot mic appeared to catch Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris checking her location before addressing supporters Saturday.

“Are we in Cleveland?” she was heard quietly asking an aide before yelling to supporters, “Hey, Cleveland, it’s Kamala!”

Video of the incident circulated widely on social media, with retweeters including Eric Trump, son of the president. 

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Harris rescheduled the Cleveland trip after canceling a week earlier in reaction to a staffer testing positive for the coronavirus, according to Cleveland.com.

During the visit, Harris urged supporters to vote in large numbers, stressing the struggles of the middle class due to the coronavirus pandemic and what she said was the president stoking racial tensions.

In her remarks, Harris also accidentally overstated the U.S. death toll of the virus, saying it had killed "over 220 million" Americans instead of the actual tally of around 224,000.

Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., waves to a cell phone during a campaign event, Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020, in Cleveland. (Associated Press)

Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., waves to a cell phone during a campaign event, Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020, in Cleveland. (Associated Press)

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"You are going to make the difference!" she told supporters, according to WKYC-TV in Cleveland. "You are going to make the decision about your future, about your family's future. It is through the voice of your vote, and you have the power. The power is with the people, and you know that. That's why you're standing in this line today, and I just came to say thank you!"

Biden, meanwhile, held a rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday while former President Obama stumped for the Democratic ticket in Florida.

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President Trump made stops in Florida, North Carolina, Wisconsin and Ohio and Vice President Mike Pence spoke to voters in Florida.