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Bret Baier breaks down the most notable moments from the second night of the Democratic primary debate.
Sr., Kamala Harris was asked on Friday morning whether she has gone “low” by confronting Joe Biden on civil rights to the recording and cooperation with the racial segregation of the senators.
The California Democrat was asked by Gayle King on “CBS this Morning” about the criticism, their challenge to the former Vice President about his past opposition to busing.
King pointed to statements by Biden, the camp to your CBS colleague Ed O’keefe.
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“You are accused, delivers a low blow last night. What do you say?” King said.
Harris said that was the challenge from Biden about the “truth speak” and reaffirmed their respect for Biden, she also said in the post-debate comments to Fox News’ Peter Doocy.
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“As I already said many times, I have very Biden a lot of respect for Joe. He served our country for many years in a noble way. But he and I do not agree, the. It is a debate. This is a campaign where we should be, issues are discussed and contrasts are,” she told king, emphasize how personal the subject is for you.
“If segregation is their way, I don’t want a member of the Senate of the United States today, I would not be a top contender for President of the United States had,” said Harris.
Asked whether Biden’s civil rights “effectively President disqualified” him, Harris replied, “no, I think the voters will decide.”