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Sr., Kamala Harris speaks to Fox News’ Peter Doocy after the attack on the frontrunner Joe Biden on his record on race and civil rights.
The second presidential debate weakened, former Vice-President Joe Biden-rating, “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace said on “America’s Newsroom” on Friday.
In stark contrast to Wednesday, almost balmy night, the discussion is Thursday night ten candidates came out swinging against Biden, who had led the polling for the weeks prior to the debates.
According to “Special Report” host Bret Baier on Thursday, Biden will campaign in anticipation of a fight had taken, and published, prepared rebuttals to possible attacks, the first night began.
Only a few hours before the second debate, Biden, campaign consultant told reporters, he would speak in the evening to “truly transformative change,” and emphasized his belief that he is the end of this time of hyper-partisanship and the return of the country to civility.
Instead, he spent the evening on the defensive.
As a low-polling contender—Biden, the allies had even suggested that he should Calif as his running mate—Senator Kamala Harris, D., had long struggled to break out of the pack.
And, Wallace said, it seemed Biden to hit where it hurt.
“Like everyone, I thought that Kamala Harris had a great night. You lights Joe Biden,” he told host Sandra Smith.
Wallace cited a moment where Harris threw himself into a fight among the other candidates: “first of all, they had a great line. Would not have been enough to have a viral moment when you said, ‘Let’s do a food fight. Talk about putting food Let on the table.'”
“But then,” he added. “You went to the Vice-President and is the frontrunner for the democratic nomination. Both of his boasting about the business of racial segregation senators, and then on busing. And the Vice-President of the support back when he was in the 70s for his…support for forced busing.”
It is this direct questioning of Harris was Biden over desegregation busing, which is used to catapult helped her name in the most searched term on Google.
Desegregation busing, was the practice of assigning and transporting students to schools of the compensation, the racial segregation of schools, or to overcome the effects of residential segregation.
“I don’t think you are a racist,” you Biden said. “But, I think, and it’s personal…it was a pain to listen to, you talk about the Reputation of two United States senators, built your reputation and career on the separation of race in this country.”
She continued: “And it was not only that, but she also worked with to oppose them busing. And, you know, there’s a little girl in California, to integrate the part of the second class, their public schools, and she was bused to school every day. And the little girl I was.”
Shortly after the exchange, @Kamala Harris tweeted a photo of himself fit as a child with their history.
“And you pointed out that, in fact, they had bused said in the 70s as a little girl,” Wallace. “He was against it, and she said, ‘Look, this was something that was important in terms of school desegregation”, and he’s not, and that answered very well. It was something that was clearly a topic that was brought up.”
Biden claims that Harris’ were a criticism of the race is a “wrong characterization on the line.”
“We know that he has a great record of what, 45 years in Washington as a Senator and as Vice-President and he was kind of a stock answer,” said Wallace.
In the end, Biden had to acknowledge, “as always, my time is up.”
Representative Eric Swalwell (D-CA) proposed to be audible moan from the audience— that it was time to pass “the torch to a new generation of Americans.”
To which Biden replied, “I’m still holding on to the torch.”
Wallace didn’t buy, what to sell Swalwell try to the crowd: “I believe that you just say, you’re old and I’m young, and so the torch pass on—I didn’t think was nearly as effective. And you can see the amount, kind of uncomfortable with was so good.”
“I don’t think you overdo it, Sandra, because the fact is that this is the first of 12 rounds of debates, which take place on the democratic side. This is the first below to go to 11,” he noted.
“I think, however, that in the border regions, it is likely Joe Biden weakens as a pioneer, and it strengthens Kamala Harris.”