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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.
After a breakout performance on the debate stage, watched by millions of Americans, democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris is quickly moving to the capital on the blockbuster moment when she grilled the former Vice President Joe Biden over his opposition to four decades to federally mandated busing.
The heated exchange of words between the Democrat from California, and Biden – the top riders now in the race for the democratic presidential nomination, forcing the former Vice President’s campaign to play defense spotlighting that his decades-long record on civil rights is “ironclad.”
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On Friday, the Harris campaign marked an increase in Online fundraising in the Wake of the debate.
And while the showdown among the top ten of the nearly two dozen Democratic presidential candidate was still in progress, Harris officials used the senator’s campaign twitter account to tweet a photo of the candidate as a young girl with the words that she had used minutes earlier – “There was a little girl in California, with buses to and from school. The little girl I was.”
By the end of the night, the campaign shirts begins with the sale of t-with the photo.
The campaign is fast actions came after Harris Biden about his civil rights record and comments he made recently called for, highlighting his ability to find four decades ago, the similarities with the racial segregation of the senators that he agreed to enact a law. The comments sparked quickly back to a controversy that Biden had been dealing with for almost two weeks.
Harris said Biden, that you think that he is a “racist”, but as his recent comments on the situation, segregation senators early in his career, “offensive.”
“You have worked together with them to oppose busing,” Harris said, Recalling his efforts to limit the Federal orders for school desegregation by busing. In an emotional moment, then she said her own story in a bused as a little girl in California.
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The breakout moment that could give a boost to Harris, who came out of the gate full-steam-ahead-as they launched their campaign in January. But in the last few months, it was overshadowed by Biden and other top-tier rivals such as Sens. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, and by the meteoric rise of South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg will be liable.
Google noted that Harris was the top trending topic in the whole country according to their preparation of Biden.
The campaign touted that it saw an increase in the Online donation campaign in the hours after the debate. She told Fox News that on Thursday its second-best fundraising was the day of the campaign – trailing only the $was 1.5 million raised online in the 24 hours after the senator declared their candidacy.
The timing of the extra infusion of contributions, is purely coincidental, since all eyes will be begin on the fundraising reports of the campaigns, revealed after the second quarter of fundraising comes to an end on Sunday.
Asked after the debate, what would be your follow-up, Harris Fox News’ Peter Doocy, “said the case against Donald Trump do not track.”
The former California attorney General and San Francisco state’s attorney went into the debate in the hope that the case to a national audience, thanks to their prosecution skills, you would be the best democratic candidate to go toe-to-toe with the Republican President, Donald Trump.
BIDEN-CAMPAIGN OF FORMER VP DEBATE TO DEFEND
The Biden campaign, defends his candidate.
“If you want to be Vice-President told reporters, Biden’s record on civil rights against someone else on the stage, he will stand the test of time,” a senior adviser to Symone Sanders directly after the debate.
Biden, who is appreciated by many Democrats for his tireless efforts to help others, the party members the right hand of the man and his story of overcoming the devastating personal tragedies appeared on the election campaign, his eight years as former President Barack Obama shocked on the question of Harris.
His top aides characterized the contentious moment as a “low blow.”
But Harris defends her verbal assault, the former Vice-President, emphasized, “I Biden a great deal of respect for Joe. I think that Joe Biden lived and worked a very long career of dedicated public service. And it is a lot of work done to Joe Biden, that I welcome, but this is a topic to which we will have to agree.”
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Biden is expected to his decades in the spotlight a long time social justice and civil rights recognized, when he speaks on Friday in Chicago at the Rainbow PUSH Coalition International Convention. But he now seems to be on shakier ground, as he continue to make the argument that he’s the most electable of the Democratic White house hopefuls.
But while it was far from a good night for the frontrunner, there is a long history of presidential candidates back on the legs of the poor debate performances. And that was only the first round in a long series of debates in the next seven months, in the run-up to the kickoff of the primary and caucus calendar next February.
The former Democratic National Committee Chairman, the Fox News contributor Donna Brazile pointed to “Fox and friends” Friday morning “a very, very long primary season where we have to go to the debates and every month, until we have our candidate.”
“It’s going to be heated. And you better put on your sun cream, because it will be hot,” she said.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report