Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani described Joe Biden's vice-presidential pick, Kamala Harris, as a "horrible prosecutor" and "bully" Friday when he spoke to a police union that was endorsing President Donald Trump's re-election campaign.

Giuliani addressed members of the Police Benevolent Association (PBA) Friday as he ridiculed Harris, the former attorney general of California, for arresting thousands of people for smoking weed. Harris was elected district attorney of San Francisco in 2003 before being elected attorney general of California in 2010 and 2014. Giuliani said "that woman is a bully," referencing her prosecution of minor crimes and for going after "little people" while refusing to prosecute the state's rich and powerful.

"She went after 1,500 marijuana smokers -- marijuana smokers, not people selling it --smokers -- and then when she was asked if she smoked marijuana she went 'ha ha ha yea.' Tell me this isn't a horrible person," Giuliani said Friday, repeatedly imitating someone smoking pot at the podium as Trump stood behind him.